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Internationally Acclaimed Photographers

Mary Ellen Mark

Mary Ellen is recognized as one of our most respected and influential photographers, having achieved worldwide distinction through her numerous books, exhibitions and editorial magazine work. She is a contributing photographer to The New Yorker and has been published in such publications as LIFE, New York Times Magazine, Rolling Stone, Vanity Fair, Newsweek and Time. She is the recipient of some of the world’s top photographic awards including a Guggenheim Fellowship, two Robert F. Kennedy Awards, Photographer of the Year Award, World Press Award for Outstanding Body of Work Throughout the Years as well as an Honorary doctorate of Fine Arts.

Steve McCurry

Steve McCurry, recognized universally as one of today's finest image makers, has won many top awards including the NPPA's Magazine Photographer of the Year, four first prizes in the World Press Photo Contest and the Robert Capa Gold Medal for Best Photographic Reporting from Abroad. McCurry's work has been featured in every major magazine in the world and frequently appears in National Geographic magazine. Steve is best known for his image of the "Afghan Girl" which appeared on the cover of the 1985 June issue of National Geographic magazine. His limited edition of the "Afghan Girl" sold for $70,000 USD.

To view Steve McCurry’s images, visit his website. Please contact us for purchase information. Proceeds from sales benefit the World Heritage Project.

Canadian Photographers

Sandy Reimer

Sandy is the founder of the World Heritage Project and is an award winning filmmaker and photographer. Educated in the art of photography at The Sheridan Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning, Sandy honed her craft while shooting in over 30 countries. Her passion for photography is fuelled by her insatiable curiosity for life and her attempt to capture the frozen music of time. She is a graduate of The Canadian Film Centre and has produced several short films, including the award-winning Silent War, which won Canada’s citation award at the 2002 Toronto International Film Festival. It was also shown at Sundance Film Festival and nominated for a Genie Award.

For over two decades Sandy has travelled and photographed across India. Driven by a desire to discover the soul of India and share it with others, her images evoke a sense of wonder and joy. From the mundane to the sublime, from the ancient to the contemporary, Sandy has captured the rich diversity of India’s culture.

Malcolm Armstrong

Malcolm’s passion for photography was first kindled after spending a year travelling via motorcycle across North America. His passion was further fuelled while completing his PhD in world religions in India as he traveled and photographed throughout the country. For Malcolm, photography is about capturing those still quiet moments in the hope to see the mystery. He recently returned to Toronto after living in Bangalore, India for four years.

Living in India between 2002-2006, Malcolm sought to express the tapestry of day to day life there. Having travelled extensively throughout the country, his images capture the mystique and diversity that defines India.

Jag Gundu

Jag Gundu graduated top of his class from the Ontario College of Art and Design in 1995-1996, with Best Photography Portfolio accolades. Aside from shooting sporting events, Jag has worked extensively in the Canadian film, television and music industry. He has and continues to photograph events such as the Gemini Awards, Genie Awards and the Juno Awards. After the events of September 11, 2001 Jag realized more than ever the power of an image. He created a commemorative, hand printed photograph of the World Trade Centre’s Twin Towers – where the proceeds were set aside to contribute to a number of relief efforts.

In 2004 Jag encountered India’s remarkable architecture, scenic beauty and vivid sights and sounds. Jag’s images capture India as a land of stark contrasts, a place of extremes, a place where emotions vacillate from love to hate to hate to love.