Simi Vijay is an editorial, portrait & Documentary photographer currently based in New York .
He has worked on several photo documentary projects for different International Organizations:
UNICEF – The End polio - Hard to reach project (2015) in 3 states in Nigeria
UNFPA – Photo documenting the UNFPA safe space in Refugee camps in North East Nigeria.
UNHCR – Photo Documenting the Anglophone Cameroonian Refugee relocation and crisis in South East Nigeria.
WATERAID – Creating portraits of Beneficiaries of the water Aid projects for an annual report.
USAID MARKETS II – Photo Documenting the agricultural intervention projects in Kaduna state, Nigeria.
MARIE STOPES – Video documenting MSLadies project in Laminga, Nigeria
DFID PERL ARC – Photo Documenting their projects and human interest stories across Nigeria
Photographing corporate events/conferences for EU Nigeria, EU-ECES
Creating documentary videos/Vox Pops for GIAE - GIZ NIGERIA and UNHCR.
He has exhibited in group shows to include: EYEEM - Portrait of America exhibition in San Francisco (2015), Retro Africa Art exhibition, Abuja (2016) and came 2nd place in the 2015 NIKON AFRICA #IAMALIVE Photo contest.
His work has been published in various magazines, like Avenir Magazine, and Annual Reports for the UNFPA, UNHCR, WATERAID, & IGNITIA.
@simivijay on IG/Twitter