ARA 64A. Sunshine apartments
Sathyavan lane. Mother Theresa road
Near anjumana temple
Opposite of Oberon mall
Edappally. Cochin 682024.
Kerala, india .



Phone: +91 9446478611

Life Story
"The camera doesn't make a bit of difference. All of them can record what you are seeing. But, you have to SEE." - Reji Bhaskar

When lights tantalize the mellow images of life, only a soulful heart can capture its unique and exuberant existence. Conceptualizing the hues of nature and beauty in his artistry, Reji Bhaskar beams as one of the eminent photographers hailing from God’s own country, Kerala.

Son of art teacher, photographer Bhaskar, Reji designed his career from his childhood onwards, learning the skill from his father. Bhasi studio (his family studio) in Muhamma, Alappuzha, which has recently completed 60 years of its service remains as the institute that introduced Reji to the multi-dimensional world of photography.

Reji started his career initially as a videographer at a very young age.His video film INNUM MARIKKATHA VEMBANADU(1993) won the first prize in a competition conducted by KEVIGRAS (KERALA VIDEOGRAPHERS ASSOCIATIN). Later he turned his vision into photography where he blended his skillful passion with realistic etches of the world assuring the beholders of slick visuals. He got his first photography award in 2000 for a competition held by Kottayam Hortiagricultural society. When Mathrabhumi Daily, a leading Malayalam newspaper published the heart-rending picture titled PRAANAN POITTUM PIRIYAATHA PRANAYAM in 2003 on its front page, recognition in the form of awards including Surya Kanthi photography award and Drisyaprathiba award came in search of the hawk-eyed photographer Reji Bhaskar.
Reji Bhaskar is now an accomplished advertising photographer, doing industrial, fashion, advertising and high end wedding photography too. His most memorable works as he recollects is that of Jos Alukkas with actor Vijay.
He is currently running a studio in Kochi. Reji also dons the garb of a teacher while conducting classes for photography. He gives the tinsel of perfection to any aesthetic frame he creates while being a humble human at heart.

Life Story
"The camera doesn't make a bit of difference. All of them can record what you are seeing. But, you have to SEE. - Reji Bhaskar