The seventh-largest country by area, the second-most populous country you couldn't cover it in a lifetime. I spent just shy of three months here and even if I hadn't have brought my camera there will be visuals that are burnt into my memory till the end of time.
I had a lazy, hot December in the south on the backwaters at Christmas and eating red snapper wrapped in banana leaves, then to a -35 Ladakh winter where I spent New Years Eve in five sleeping bags with a nomadic family and Dadul in Changtang. A change in altitude in Rajasthan where I met my brother and we slept in the desert and read in forts. From the Taj Mahal in Agra to Varanasi the river where people come to die. And finally in Kolkata on my own before I flew to Dhaka.
Photographs available as classic museum quality prints again but also a range of posters so you can own large images of my work for a little less - some of these images NEED to be printed big!
I hope these photographs bring a little bit of the magic I found in India to you...