Behzad Larry is a professional photographer and adventurer.
An avid explorer, Behzad specializes in documenting the remote reaches of the world.
Through his travel photography he covers portraiture and landscapes in the high Himalayas, Central Asia, and the Tibetan Plateau. Behzad spends over 9 months a year combining his loves of history and photography by traveling with clients to capturing life in the high mountains through studio-like portraiture and leading expeditions to document elusive wildlife such as snow leopards.
Behzad specializes in photography expeditions to North India and Central Asia. His team has incredible experience and have hosted filming expeditions for National Geographic, The Discovery Channel, and the BBC, including BBC’s snow leopard filming for the “Mountains” episode of Planet Earth II.
Behzad calls New York City home, and is originally from the small town of Mhow, in central India. He has lived and worked across North America, Eastern and North-Western Africa, and South Asia. He has served as a William J. Clinton Fellow, and is a trained historian from Colby College (USA), where he was a Ralph J. Bunche Scholar. Besides English, he speaks Hindi, Urdu, Gujarati, and has studied Arabic and Farsi. Behzad has been featured frequently in travel magazines and has done travel features for both print and web.
He is a member of the Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain and a Nikon Pro.