Insightful & Enjoyable Talk From Photographer Jimmy Nelson

In a photo-filled talk, Jimmy Nelson opens the doors on his quest to understand the world, its people and himself through the medium of photography.

11/06/2015 - 11:06

Photographer Jimmy Nelson has traveled the world documenting and capturing portraits of those who live in tribes and experience cultures that are slowly vanishing. He's lived in teepees and spent weeks trying to get to know tribe members in hope of capturing just one image that sums-up everything they are about. Jimmy's story is entertaining and insightful which makes the 18-minute talk posted by TED Talks a really captivating watch. 

So, pull up a chair, grab a cuppa and enjoy this photo-filled talk from a very talented photographer: 

 


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