Jeremy Horner (58) More files...
British b.1965

Nomadic by nature, and as a qualified geologist, Jeremy wandered into the Himalaya in 1987, teaching himself photography.His work from the Nepali Himalaya was immediately published in Hong Kong to high acclaim, thus sparking a romantic career over the past 25 years, travelling to more than 90 countries.

His unique images, a harmonious fusion of light and colour, are in constant demand by leading international publications such as Life, National Geographic, GEO, Newsweek, The Telegraph and The Sunday Times.Jeremy is a veteran of over 20 assignments for UNICEF, on all continents, from Nicaragua to North Korea.

He spent six years exploring Latin America and published four books: Living Incas, The Life of Colombia andFiestas - Celebrations and Rituals of Colombia as well as a book of aerial photographs of Colombia.
Two workers transport a portrait painting of Antonio Jose de Sucre from the...
A woman hangs out freshly dyed and printed sarees on elevated bamboo racks.
High school boys playing football in their school yard.
Boys playing football at Kangan Primary school.
The Ganges river delta.
A group of tribal women labour building a road across the Thar Desert, near...
Adobe fort of Ibn Madi.
A young boy leaps into a baray (a reservoir bordering a temple) to cool off.
Afternoon shadows on the walls of the medina.
Monks leap in the air at the Shaolin Monastery (Temple), a Chan Buddhist...
A boy disabled as a result of polio struggles as the goalkeeper in a beach...
A bedouin camel trader wanders into the desert of the Empty Quarter.
The Potala Palace.
Three monks look out from the Drepung Monastery.
People playing pool.
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