Pablo Bartholomew is an Indian-based, self-taught photographer. His father served as an influence to him since he too was a photographer. He began to work with pictures a very young age and even was awarded his first World Press Photo just at the age of 20 on morphine addicts in India. He worked as a stills photographer at the film studios of Bombay and Calcutta. Most of his images, reflected the many conflicts that society would go through and a majority of his photos were shot in black and white.
A lot of his work was published internationally and featured in many magazines and newspapers like: New York Times, National Geographic, and Newsweek. One of most known pictures shows a dead baby half buried underground because of the poisonous gas leaks that happened in Bhopal which he was recognized for his and won the World Press Photo along with many others.