Behzad Larry is a professional photographer, historian, and adventurer. An avid explorer, Behzad specializes in documenting the remote reaches of the world. Through his travel photography he covers wildlife, portraiture, and landscapes in the high Himalayas, Central Asia, and the Tibetan Plateau. His favorite subjects are remote and difficult to get to, often requiring 4x4s, pack animals, and hiking. Behzad has been featured frequently in travel magazines and has done travel features for both print and web. He is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers), Fellow of the Royal Asiatic Society, member of the Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain, and is a Nikon Pro.
Behzad leads some of Voygr’s photo tours across India and Central Asia, snow leopard expeditions in Ladakh, Amur leopard expeditions in Russia, and bespoke tiger expeditions in search of the Royal Bengal Tiger in India and the Siberian Tiger in Russia.
Behzad calls New York City home, but 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, Behzad speaks Hindi, Urdu, Gujarati, and has studied Arabic and Farsi.