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Agvi F.

Bandung, Bandung City, West Java, Indonesia1 review

$300 - $1000 / Day

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  • News Shooter / Video Journalist

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  • Documentary DP

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  • Field Producer

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Equipment

Video

  • DSLR or equivalent

Audio

  • Shotgun mic
  • Wireless lavalier mic

About Agvi

I started my career in photojournalism professionally in 2018. Early in my career, I worked at the Antara news agency. That same year I decided to become a freelance photojournalist. Some of my works have been published such as in The Australian, Narasi, Antara Photo News Agency, The Guardian, The Telegraph, etc. In 2021 I received an award from Anugerah Pewarta Foto Indonesia as the best photo in the corporate category. My photos have a lot to do with social, environmental, and cultural issues. In addition, there are still many stories in Indonesia that deserve the attention of the world. I have a good work ethic, experience, as well as open communication with clients to get the desired results.

Top Projects

  • FROM PLASTIC WASTE TO USEFUL ITEMS

    • Documentary DP
    • News Shooter / Video Journalist
    • Field Producer
    Business Insider

    Produced for Business Insider on Storyhunter

    November 2022

  • SUPERFINE - Kontemplasi Dini Hari (Official Music Video)

    • Production Coordinator / Crewing

    Superfine, a band from Bandung city claims they are in the Indonesian Flamboyant Rock genre. The song titled "Kontemplasi Dini Hari" was created so that we can look at things not from just one side.

  • Vaccines help to ease foot and mouth disease threat

    • Editorial Photographer / Photojournalist

    Indonesia says it hopes to have its foot and mouth disease outbreak under control by the end of the year as its vaccination drive picks up and new cases steadily decline. The country's foot and mouth disease task force chief Wiku Adisasmito said on Tuesday no new cases had been reported in recent days in four of the country's 22 affected provinces - Bali, Riau, South Kalimantan, and Jakarta. New cases were also in decline in a number of red zones crooss the country, with total infections now at about 169.000, down from 218.000 this time last week

  • Hambali, the brother I know, doesn’t hate anyone

    • Editorial Photographer / Photojournalist

    To the CIA, Hambali is “Southeast Asia’s Osama bin Laden”, the man allegedly behind some of Indonesia’s deadliest bomb blasts and the mastermind that planned terror attacks across the region. But, while Indonesian authorities have little interest in extraditing him back to his homeland, in West Java the family of one of the country’s most notorious terrorists want him home and insist he is no longer a threat. As Hambali, born Encep Nurjaman, faced murder, conspiracy and terrorism charges in a closed courtroom in Guantanamo Bay this week, his younger brother, Kankan Abdul Kodir, 42, told The Weekend Australian he was bursting with forbidden questions over Hambali’s alleged role in the Bali and Jakarta bombings of 2002 and 2003 that killed 214 people, including 88 Australians in Bali.

  • Y.A. Bhante Nyana Wibowo Mahastawira - Ulambana Ceremony, For Better Karma

    • Editorial Photographer / Photojournalist

    Chants of prayers were clearly heard at the Tanda Bhakti Vihara on August 23, 2021. Buddhists are performing the Ulumbada ceremony presided over by Y.A. Bhante Nyana Wibowo Mahastawira. Bikku, who is invited every year to perform the Ulambana ceremony, also tells how the procession of this religious ritual. Like other religious rituals, the existence of the Ulambana ceremony is not widely known by the general public in Indonesia. This religious ritual performed by Buddhists is commemorated on the seventh month of the Lunar Calendar calendar which has many meanings in it. Where this ritual originated from the story of the Disciple of the Buddha (Siddhartha Gautama) namely Moggallana. Moggalana is known for her skill in meditating. At one point in his meditation, Moggallana met his mother in a miserable and miserable realm. Moggallana was trying to help her mother from misery by creating various foods and drinks, but that was not conveyed. Moggallana also asked the Buddha, then the Buddha said to invite as many Of the Bikkus as possible to pray and make offerings for his mother. After the incident, everything that was offered reached his mother. It is from this story that the Ulambana ceremony begins. Rituals are performed such as praying for ancestral spirits by reciting all clans without exception and inviting all religions to listen to sutras together so that the ancestral spirits get better karma. The ritual of burning a replica of the ship is as a symbol or form to deliver the spirits of the ancestors themselves. Meanwhile, during the pandemic, Bikku advised them to unite together against the pandemic while still complying with health protocols.

All Services

Pre-Production

  • Fixer
  • Production Coordinator / Crewing

Production Support

  • Editorial Photographer / Photojournalist
  • Event Photographer
  • Portrait Photographer
  • Field Producer
  • Documentary DP
  • News Shooter / Video Journalist
  • Reporter / Journalist

Agvi's Clients

  • The Australian
  • Business Insider

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