Thomas Kelly is a native of Santa Fe, New Mexico. He has led cross-cultural trips throughout South Asia and Mongolia. An x-Peace Corps Volunteer of Nepal, ethnographic photographer for The Body Shop International, a recipient of a Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Grant, Thomas Kelly has been documenting vanishing and resilient indigenous communities across the planet for over twenty-five years. Thomas has worked on the PBS TV series Millennium: Tribal Wisdom in the Modern World and National Geographic’ TV series Light At the Edge of the World. Having published over 10 photographic books on Nepal, Tibet, India and Mongolia he more recently has spent the last 8 summers in Mongolia with his two sons and wife Carroll exploring the Tsaatan reindeer nomads, the Kazakh eagle hunters, and Khalkh horse people. His photos have been published worldwide including the New York Times, Time and Newsweek, Outside, Men’s Journal and National Geographic Adventure. A classical reportage photographer, Kelly has the ability to have a quiet, yet trusted presence among the peoples he photographs to capture the elusive essence of these enduring cultures. He currently represents Hinduism Today, USA and loves to practice Yoga.