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Born in England, Julian is a documentary photographer and author. Focusing on world religions, culture and traditions, his photography work has been featured on the BBC news, in the international press and National Geographic.
With portraiture of His Holiness The 14th Dalai Lama, he has documented the Tibetan ref… Read More
Born in England, Julian is a documentary photographer and author. Focusing on world religions, culture and traditions, his photography work has been featured on the BBC news, in the international press and National Geographic.
With portraiture of His Holiness The 14th Dalai Lama, he has documented the Tibetan refugee camps of India and Nepal, India’s road working gypsies, and the slums of Mumbai and Jakarta.
He has published 20 photography books ranging from ‘The Middle Way’ documenting the spread of Buddhism throughout Asia to “Tibet’ an insight into the villages, towns and cities of the rooftop of the world.
Present for the Nepal earthquakes of 2015, he is currently an emergency deployment photographer for various NGO and foreign embassies throughout the world.

Julian writes novels and publish photography books during his time between projects, drawing on his travels of Asia and lessons learnt from various meditation teachers. These tutors range from the Buddhist monks of northern Thailand to the mystics of India and Nepal.
One such novel is ‘The Geisha and The Monk’ a story about the formative years of a Japanese Geisha and a Tibetan monk, who meet in their adult years and share each other’s life histories.
Julian's photography books document Asian life, culture and traditions; these include:
‘The Middle Way’ a 6,331miles/10,156Km photographic journey across seven Buddhist countries in seven months.
‘Tibet’ an in-depth photography book of the villages, towns and cities of the rooftop of the world.
‘A Walk Around the Block In…’ street photography from Nepal, India, Cambodia and Thailand.
‘Portraits of Asia’ portraiture taken of the people of Bhutan, Tibet, Nepal and India.
For more information concerning my novels and photography books please follow the link below:
http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B0054G0UKK
CONTACT: julian_bound@hotmail.com
julianbound@hotmail.co.uk
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