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Shreeya Sinha

Former Staff and Intern

Shreeya Sinha is an award-winning journalist and producer at the Foreign desk of The New York Times. She was most recently a producer at the Asia Society, where she shot video interviews with global leaders, produced multimedia packages, and wrote about the rise of Asia.


Shreeya is the winner of Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Awards (the equivalent of the Pulitzer Prizes in broadcast news,) has won Pictures of the Year International and was nominated for an Emmy and Webby for ‘Undesired’, a multimedia project about violence against women in India featuring photojournalist Walter Astrada’s work. She spent months reporting, finding women who would speak out, shooting video and field producing the project for Mediastorm and wrote their first investigative story.


Shreeya grew up in India, Nigeria, Zimbabwe, Vietnam, Bangladesh, and the foothills of the Indian Himalayas. She received her master’s degree with honors from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and a bachelor’s in Politics and International Relations from Brandeis University.


Undesired by Walter Astrada

In India, all women must confront the cultural pressure to bear a son. The consequences of this preference is a disregard for the lives of women and girls. From birth until death they face a constant threat of violence.

Mr. Blues by Mariana Bazo, Benjamin Norman and J. Pinkley

Samuel Hargress Jr. is the owner of Paris Blues bar in Harlem, New York. While experiencing dramatic changes around him, Sam created a timeless place where regulars wear godfather hats, snakeskin leather shoes, and 1940's styled zoot suits.