Bhadra Subramanian is an Indian origin short story writer and photographer currently based in the UK. They are known primarily for their black and white photography and the published stories Approaching Terminus and The Hallway was Silent. At university, their study focused primarily on cinema and cinematic form.
With Doppelganger Productions, they assisted in the production of Fukushima, directed by Charmaine Kay and written by John Foster.
Bhadra’s work is primarily concerned with exploring the structural and formal aspects of a given artistic medium in a considered and experimental manner.