Documentary and Travel Photographer from India
Himanshu Khagta is a documentary and travel photographer known for his visual storytelling.
His work has appeared in many international publications including the prestigious The New York Times and Condé Nast Traveller. He is known for his photojournalistic approach and shoots for a variety of commercial and editorial clients. Living a life of adventure, he spends his time hiking, mountain biking and alpine skiing across the Himalayas and is always pushing his limits.
He has also:
- Documented the The Great Wash Yatra, where he traveled across rural villages of five central Indian States for two months while staying in tents.
- Stayed in the remote Spiti valley in winters for six months, where the temperature goes below -30˚C, for his personal project, Life in Spiti.
- Travelled 3623km across Ladakh on a farm tractor documenting the record breaking journey.
- Navigated and documented the 7000km across India to document the Longest Tractor Expedition from Chandigarh to Kanyakumari and back for 19 days behind a farm tractor.
- Travelled in the back of a pickup truck to reach the eastern most village of India in Arunachal Pradesh.
When not travelling he spends his time in Chandigarh and Shimla.
He is available for worldwide assignments.
- Video editing