Mr. Sunil Gamage, following his education at Kingswood College, Kandy joined the corporate sector and worked as a technician for the Thulhiriya Textile Corporation.
His natural inclination to photography found space in the advertising field. He joined Deve Advertising as a photographer and entered the media sector and served as a photojournalist for “Lanka Women” and “Lankadeepa” published by Wijay Publications. Mr. Gamage was a part of the production team of BBC that produced the documentary film “Beach Boys of Sri Lanka” to highlight how the severity of child exploitation is in Sri Lanka. He joined the PEaCE campaign as the official photographer and later served at different levels to fight against the commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC). Representing PEaCE on legal matters with the police and courts, monitoring, counselling and befriending victims became his major tasks. Mr. Gamage assisted the Scotland Yard Police to organize training in Sri Lanka on CSEC for the local and South Asia law enforcement officers. Mr. Gamage holds a membership at the Sri Lanka National Association of Counsellors (SRILNAC). He also participated at the counselling course conducted by ECPAT International in the Philippines in 1996. He was absorbed to the PEaCE Core Committee in the late nineties and now serves as a member of the Board of Directors.