Amoghavarsha is natural history photographer and filmmaker. He has traveled extensively, documenting the planet’s bio-diversity and helping conserve through photographs and film. He has photographed the thick evergreens of Arunachal, the barren landscapes of Ladakh, the great barrier reef in Australia, and the vast plains of Africa.
He has worked as a photographer and filmmaker with many international organizations including National Geographic and Microsoft.
Having worked as a naturalist, he tries to showcase and bring attention to our delicate bio-diversity, flora and fauna through his imagery. He works closely with the governments on wildlife and conservation based activities. He also actively works with non-profits such as CEE and WWF to carry out conservation messages and strongly believes that education is the first step in conservation.