Seeing innocence through the eyes of Jimmy Nelson
Identified: Jimmy identified his passion at the age of 19 when he went on a year long hike across Tibet with a camera, realising his passion towards photography he started to work as a professional photojournalist to cover a variety of themes, ranging from the Russian involvement in Afghanistan and the ongoing strife between India and Pakistan in Kashmir, to the beginning of the war in former Yugoslavia.
Planned: He set out to document the world’s last indigenous cultures which are rapidly disappearing. This was his list to knock.
Executed: He even wrote the book “Before They Pass Away”, which publicizes the world’s least – touched tribes before its to late.
|INDONESIA||DANI, YALI, KOROWAI|
|PAPUA NEW GUINEA||HULI, ASARO, KALAM, GOROKA|
|ETHIOPIA||MURSI, DASSANECH, BANNA, KARO, ARBORE,|
|INDIA||RABARI, LADAKHI, DROKPA|
“I’ll be off exploring, searching for those out-of-bounds places where dreams exist.”
Start exploring and share your dreams with us…