Rohit Saha is a visual artist from Calcutta, India. He works with photography, illustration, and animation to narrate stories. He has been working with communities, landscapes, and political phenomena in various parts of India. He did his Bachelors in Multimedia with specialization in Animation from St Xavier’s College, Calcutta and did his Masters in Photography from National Institute of Design, Gandhinagar. His graduation project about extra-judicial killings in Manipur titled “1528” won the Alkazi Photobook Award 2017. He was awarded the prestigious Magnum Foundation Social Justice Fellowship in 2018 for which he started working in Kodaikanal on a project titled “A Guidebook to a Contaminated Wonderland”.