Okky started her journalism career in 2003 as a reporter. Over the years she has been working as a writer for online news, copywriter, and TV scriptwriter. Previously, she was an Editor-in-Chief for graphic design magazine. In 2013 she received a Fellowship to study Visual Literacy in The Newsroom at Asian Center For Journalism - Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines. Most recent, she is one of the 30 selected photographers from Asian countries to participate in the 10th Edition of the Angkor Photo Workshops 2014 in Cambodia.
She is currently pursuing her career as an independent writer/Editor and doing photography as well. She loves to work with long term documentary projects focusing on gender issues and human rights.
2013 Fellowship Visual Literacy in the Newsroom - Asian Center For Journalism - Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines.
2014 Angkor Photo Festival & Workshops (2014 Batch), Siem Reap, Cambodia
2015 Foundry Photojournalism Workshop (mentored by James Whitlow Delano)
2015 Kathmandu Photo Festival, Nepal. (The Veteran Club)
2018 Global Innovation & Leadership Lab under the title of "Unveil the hidden presence of trafficking in persons, especially women and children" organized by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) and Thomson Reuters Foundation, Kenya & London