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Jainy Kuriakose
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Distinctions:

Associateship of the Royal Photographic Society (ARPS), UK

Awards:

Finalist – Saevus Nature’s Trailblazer Assignment

Honourable Mention – Global Arctic Awards 2014

Highly Honoured – Nature’s Best Photography Windland Awards 2016

Special Mention – Better Photography Contest 2008

Special Mention – Sanctuary Asia Wildlife Awards 2008

Second Prize – DJ Memorial Photography Contest 2018

Third Prize – Sanctuary Asia Wildlife Awards 2007

See more of Jayanth’s work at:
www.wildlifetimes.com

Jainy Kuriakose

Photography Mentor

With a relentless desire to behold the colours of every feather and enjoy the splendour of its plumage on the screen, Jainy has travelled far and wide across the Indian subcontinent and several foreign lands with the intent of photographing the rich avian life on this planet. Having photographed over 1100 birds in India alone, her lens has also painted over 50 species of Indian mammals.

With a doctorate in Chemistry who only took to bird watching a decade ago and very soon to serious bird photography, Jainy is known to live out of her suitcase. From the north-east regions of India to the exotic bird havens of Papua New Guinea in search of the Birds of Paradise to Alaska in search of the snowy owl, she has wings on her feet helping her shoot across the globe in order to create marvellous images of bird-life as only she can. Her photographs have adorned the pages of several national and international magazines, scientific journals and bird books of great repute.

Distinctions:

Associateship of the Royal Photographic Society (ARPS), UK

Awards:

Highly Honoured – Nature’s Best Photography Windland Awards 2016

Honourable Mention – Global Arctic Awards 2014

Second Prize – DJ Memorial Photography Contest 2018

Third Prize – Sanctuary Asia Wildlife Awards 2007

Finalist – Saevus Nature’s Trailblazer Assignment

Special Mention – Better Photography Contest 2008

Special Mention – Sanctuary Asia Wildlife Awards 2008

See more of Jayanth’s work at:
www.wildlifetimes.com

Glimpses of Jainy's work