Nimit's passion for capturing frames with a camera started when he was a toddler. Being an avid wild lifer from childhood, born and brought up in Wellington, The Nilgiris I frequented Bandipur National Park and Nagarhole National Park (Kabini) where I photographed my first wild Tiger, Leopard and Wild dogs, and boy was I amazed the adrenaline rush was so addictive that I whole-heartedly concentrated in the field of Wildlife Photography and have never looked back.
Now he is a regular contributor to platforms like National Geographic, 500px, Sanctuary Asia, The Mail and others.
Apart from capturing the life in the wild, he is quite habituated to photographing landscapes, people and what else. As a photographer cum guide cum mentor his mission is to train budding photographers as well as wildlife enthusiasts on the aspects of ethically photographing the nature & people, respecting their boundaries and creating pleasing images on the field as well as off it. To draw out that extra factor in presenting their frames to the world he also guides them on post processing to get them started on their way to create their own style, as he believes that a photographer is an artist who creates his / her art with light, it should be their own perspective that should reflect in their pictures.