Amoghavarsha is wildlife photographer and filmmaker, he has traveled extensively, documenting the planet’s bio-diversity and helping conserve through photographs and film. He has photographed the thick evergreens of Arunachal, the barren landscapes of Ladakh, the great barrier reef in Australia and the vast plains of Africa. Having worked as a naturalist and hailing from a technology background he makes use of new media to help spread the message of conservation. His recent projects include “Secrets of the King Cobra” – a National Geographic documentary and “Jaya hey kannada thaye” – India’s first wildlife music video which was launched on 6 channels and gained 2 million views in a week. His other projects include "How to save the Tiger?" - A short film (which has been nominated at India's top Wildlife film festival CMS Vatavaran to be held in December) that sheds light on the forest staff that protects our forests and "Tarkine trails" - a short film on the rain forests of Tasmania. He works closely with the state governments on wildlife and conservation based activities and was also invited by the Australian government to represent india and share ideas on biodiversity at the Australia India Youth Dialogue.