The Naga Tribe is an ethnic group of people native to the North Eastern part of India and North Western Burma. They are well known for their previous custom of "Head Hunting" which involved preserving the heads of enemies as trophies, which has now been stopped.
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Photographer: Felis Images / Sandesh Kadur
Size (inches): 28 x 42
Finishing: Hahnemuhle canvas
Awards / Recognition
The Photographer / Artist
Felis Images / Sandesh Kadur, India
Sandesh Kadur, known most recently for his camerawork on BBC's Planet Earth II series, is an award-winning wildlife photojournalist, author and documentary filmmaker. He is a Fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers and a National Geographic Emerging Explorer.
Through still and video images, he exposes the need for conservation and encourages the protection of the planet's biodiversity. His photographs have been published widely in books and magazines, while his documentaries with subjects ranging from king cobras to clouded leopards have aired worldwide on the BBC, Discovery and National Geographic networks. Over the years, Sandesh's work has garnered many top awards and recognition worldwide. He is the founder of Felis Creations, a media and visual arts company based in India driven by a team of talented individuals working on projects ranging from natural history documentaries to art and still photography that focuses on creating content that inspires conservation.