Mountains of Zhanjianjie, China where makers of the movie Avatar got their inspiration.

2018 began when I decided to celebrate my 50-year photographic quest with a month-long trip. First to India, then China, followed with a three-day train to Tibet, then overland to Mt. Everest, Nepal and finally, back to India. For this, I acquired new cameras to replace my faithful Leica's and cherished lenses. Camera-technology keeps advancing; faster, lighter, with mega sensors, digital capacity and a trigger that burns a roll of film (if you had film) before you realized you'd pressed the shutter. After my trip, photography, as I knew it, had become easy. Too easy. It was time for a change... more


NEW WORK: I went to Llasa to see how the Chinese occupation has changed Tibet. I was moved by the reverence and inner strength of the people. I thought if the Chinese can embrace Tibet, i.e. The Dalai Lama, they will find the secret to longevity.

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1990’s DECADE

SINK OR SWIM: The ’90s were filled with risk and perils. A decade of demanding faith and vision. Jumping before knowing where to land. A decade filled with challenges, difficulties and yet breathtaking miracles.

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New Works


NEW WORK: I’ve visited Hong Kong a dozen times in the past 50-year. It seems any visit would not be complete without a trek up to Victoria Peak. It’s a view that lends perspective and reveals the general state of the world. My recent visit is no exception.

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