Born in New Delhi, India in 1980, Adnan Abidi is a three-time Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist with a career spanning over two decades of covering breaking news and documentary photography. Adnan started his career in 1997 as a dark room assistant and soon afterwards picked up a camera and taught himself how to take photographs. Before starting with Reuters in 2005, Abidi worked for the Pan-Asia News Agency, Indo Photo News, and the Press Trust of India. Adnan’s reportage on the Rohingya exodus won him a team Pulitzer Prize in Feature Photography in 2018. The following year, his coverage of Hong Kong citizens protesting the infringement of their civil liberties while defending autonomy from China earned him the 2020 team Pulitzer Prize in Breaking News Photography and his coverage of second wave of COVID-19 in India earned him the 2022 team Pulitzer Prize in Feature Photography. Adnan is currently based in New Delhi, India, from where he covers national and global stories.