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Anurag Banerjee is a Bombay-based photographer. He went to school in Shillong and Pune and spent a year and a half working as a photographer for TimeOut magazine.
He served as a production assistant for Sensorium, a Goa-based arts event, where he collaborated closely with Prashant Panjiar and also handled social media and documentation.
His work has appeared in Indian Quarterly, Verve magazine, Platform online, and Homegrown, among other publications.
Jayanth Sharma is a Bengaluru based Award-winning Wildlife Photographer and CEO of Toehold Travel & Photography Pvt Ltd.
Jayanth took up photography in 2004 and decided to say goodbye to his 9-5 job.
He founded Toehold Travel & Photography Pvt Ltd in 2010 and has been producing stunning images that are planned in-studio and executed outdoors.
Latika Nath is an Indian author, photographer, and wildlife conservationist.
Latika’s one-hour documentary film was featured on National Geographic in 2001 and she was awarded the title of ‘The Tiger Princess’.
She has worked for the conservation of tigers since 1990.
Latika Graduated in environmental science from the University of Delhi.
Latika has travelled the world to capture various animals such as tigers, lions, cheetahs, jaguars, Asian elephants
John Paul Caponigro is an Environmental Fine Art Landscape Photographer and is dedicated to fostering the growth of creativity in others.
He exhibits, writes, lectures, and teaches workshops.
John Paul Caponigro lives in Cushing, Maine with his photographer wife Arduina, and their son.
His life’s work is a call to greater connection with our natural world, with each other, and with ourselves.
Dinesh Khanna is a Travel, corporate and Advertising Photographer with over 30 years of experience based in Gurgaon.
Dinesh lives with his wife Rachna who is an Advertising executive turned Interior designer and now a Kathak dancer, train.
He not only does commercial projects but he also focuses on his own personal work.
For advertising and corporate clients, he’s been shooting food, people, places, and interiors.
Aishwarya Sridhar is a 24-year Young, Wildlife Photographer, Filmmaker, Writer, Poet, and Storyteller.
In 2021, she was accepted as an Emerging Fellow at the International League of Conservation Photographers.
An intuitive photographer rather than a technical one, she lives and breathes India and its wild untamed places teeming with big cats, racing blackbucks and thundering wate
As a photographer and artist, Aishwarya believes that visual communication has the power to change the world.
Sachin Rai is an Award-winning Professional Nature Photographer and a Photography Mentor based in Delhi, India.
He have been photographing wildlife and their threatened habitats for about two decades before which I was involved with a digital media design venture.
His photographs have been featured in national and international media. Apart from birds and mammals, he loves frogs and has helped re-discover a new species of frog in India called Ramanella anamalaeinsis, during one of his expeditions.
Shivang Mehta, a former Journalist and PR Professional, is now an author and one of India’s leading Wildlife Photographer.
His love for the forests of Kumaon pushed him to choose Corbett as his main area of work.
His love for photography, writing, and storytelling made him a freelance journalist as well as he has written travel notes, columns on travel and conservation for numerous national and international publications.
Having set the benchmark in the 1990s for films on all three services, Shiv Kunal Verma has had a unique ringside view of matters military.
His coverage of the Kargil War and the films on the National Defence Academy (The Standard Bearers) and the Indian Military Academy (The Making of a Warrior) are considered classics.
His illustrated books include Tamil Nadu and the highly acclaimed work—The Northeast Trilogy—which has also been published as a large-format book.
Jackie Kramer is a well-known Floral Photographer, rich with colour and passion.
Although her photography has expanded to include weddings and portraiture, she remains an avid floral photographer.
Jackie teaches individual and group workshops and also maintains an active online group, Photography – Artistic Floral Photography, with thousands of passionate floral photographers from around the world.
Indrajit Khambe is a documentary photographer based out of Sindhudurga, a beautiful district situated near the Goa-Maharashtra border of India.
His photographic subjects are rooted in his home state and he has explored various subjects relevant to this region like traditional theatre form of the Konkan region, monsoon farming around Sindhudurga, the landscape of Hampi and the akharas of Kolhapur.
His work has been exhibited in various Photography Festivals and published in various magazines and publications around the world.