Shiho Fukada is a visual journalist based in Boston and Tokyo. For the last decade she has shot and produced stories for The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, CNN, and others. She currently pursues under-reported stories both in video and photography. Her focus is on the disenfranchised and marginalized in Asia. She started her career as a news photographer in New York. In 2008, she moved to Beijing, working as a regular contributor to various publications in China, Iraq, India, Nepal, and Vietnam. After a decade of living in the U.S., she brought her attention back to Japan, her home country. Her multimedia work “Japan’s Disposable Workers” (2014), depicting the plight of Japanese workers during the decades of economic stagnation, received World Press Photo, Multimedia award and was nominated for an Emmy. Her film “Stray-Bullet” (2015), featuring a 12-year old girl who was shot and paralyzed from the neck-down in Brooklyn, New York, which was published in The New York Times “Op-Docs,” received PDN Storytellers - Grand Prize. Other recognitions include; The Visa d'Or - Daily Press award at Visa pour l'Image Perpignan, The Society of Publishers in Asia Awards, Best of Photojournalism, Days Japan International Photojournalism Award. She is also a recipient of the Alicia Patterson Fellowship and the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting Grant. She has a BA in English Literature from Sophia University in Tokyo and a diploma in Multimedia Journalism from Ateneo de Manila University in the Philippines.