Mridula Amin (b.1993) is a Dhaka-born Australian Reporter and Photojournalist. Her work focuses on investigative reportage covering global crisis, migration and identity.
She graduated with a Bachelors of Media and Bachelors of Law (BA-Media/L.L.B) from Macquarie University, Sydney in 2018. She was admitted to the Supreme Court of New South Wales as a Lawyer in 2018 and has completed photojournalism projects in Myanmar, Bangladesh, India and the US.
Her clients include The New York Times, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Special Broadcasting Service and VICE News.
2014 United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC) and the BMW Group Intercultural Innovation Award for 'Everyday Racism' app developed in alliance with anti-racism NGO All Together Now
2015 'Dinner Conversation' screening, 'What is Art?' Group Exhibition, Artereal Gallery, Sydney
2015 Best Director Award, Macquarie University Screen Course, Sydney
2016 Selected for the United Nations Human Rights Law Program, taught between Rutgers University and United Nations Headquarters, New York
2016 Delegate for the US Human Rights Network at the United Nations ECOSOC High-Level Political Forum reviewing the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, Headquarters of the United Nations, New York
2016 Independent Photography Festival Prize Exhibition, The Good Copy, Melbourne
2017 Finalist for 'Inferno', Head On Photo Festival Prize
2017 Head On Photo Festival Landscape Prize Exhibition, Parliament of NSW, Sydney
2017 Head On Landscape Prize Touring Exhibition, Pingyao International Photography Festival, Pingyao, China
2017 VII Photo Agency Masterclass with Ashley Gilbertson and Ed Kashi, New York
2017 Selected for Eddie Adams Workshop XXX, New York and awarded the Women Photograph International Female Photographer Stipend
2017 Shortlisted for Fujifilm Australian Photography Awards - Documentary Prize
2017 - 2018 Selected for Oculi Photo Agency Inaugural Internship Program
2018 Finalist, Capture Magazine, Australasia’s Top Emerging Photographers 2018