NEPAL RAILWAY

By / 15/05/2015 / Nepal, Photography

Collection of pictures shot in Janakpur Dham in 2014. The city is home to the unique railway in Nepal, the Janakpur Railway, a 53 km line from Jaynagar in India to Bijalpura in Nepal.  

LO MANTHANG

By / 14/05/2015 / Nepal, Photography

Collection of colorful pictures shot in walled capital of the ancient kingdom of Lo: Lo Manthang.  

DONATE FOR NEPAL’S EARTHQUAKE VICTIMS

On Saturday, April 25, 2015 a magnitude 7.8 earthquake hit Nepal and devastated the central and mid-western regions of the country. The death toll has already exceeded 8,000. Approximately 8 million people in 35 districts have been affected. In the village of Badalgaun, Kavre District, most of the houses in this village have been razed to the ground. Help… [read more]

CHITWAN

By / 14/05/2015 / Nepal, Photography

Collection of pictures shot by Raphael George in the protected area of Chitwan.  

LANGTANG

By / 14/05/2015 / Nepal, Photography

Collection of pictures shot in the Langtang region from the Tamang villages to the sacred lakes of Gosainkund.    

KATHMANDU VALLEY

By / 14/05/2015 / Nepal, Photography

Collection of pictures shot by Raphael George in the Kathmandu Valley, from the hills of the Namo Buddha Monastery to the narrow streets of Patan.    

MUSTANG

By / 14/05/2015 / Nepal, Photography

Collection of mountains and villages landscapes shot in Upper Mustang, in the old Kingdom of Lo.      

THARU DANCES

By / 14/05/2015 / Nepal, Photography

Collection of fire dances’ pictures performed by Tharus in the Southern Plains of Nepal.      

AMONG THE NEPALESE STREET CHILDREN

By / 14/05/2015 / Nepal, Photography

The capital of Nepal, Kathmandu, contains its lot of misery and forsaken. Thousands of children leave their homes at an early age in order to wander the streets of the tourist areas of the city. Most of these homeless begs and hopes to survive in the urban jungle of Kathmandu. For some, this new life… [read more]

PUT THE SHUTTERS DOWN

By / 14/05/2015 / Nepal, Photography

The project “Put the shutters down” has been shot between 2012 and 2014 mainly in Kathmandu. Chronicle of the Nepalese commerce, this series of photographs traces the urban landscape of Kathmandu and major cities of Nepal at the time when all stores are closed. Through the linearity of the roll shutters and the bright colors painted on… [read more]

  • PORTRAITS

    By / 13/05/2015 / Nepal, Photography

    Collection of portraits of Nepali people.

  • CORPORATE IDENTITY

    By / 12/05/2015 / Design

    Raphael George creates business cards, letterheads, envelopes and other communication tools on request in order to develop a creative visual identity for clients (companies, association, educational institutions, etc.).

  • ABOUT RAPHAEL GEORGE

    By / 12/05/2015 / About

    Raphael George is an International Development Project Manager and a freelance photographer based in Kathmandu. Born in 1990 in Lyon (France), he discovered the world of photography in his youth through publications and cinematographic works on Buddhist culture in the Himalayas. Later, he developed a passion for photography while traveling in Iceland and hiking in… [read more]

  • EXHIBITIONS

    By / 12/05/2015 / Exhibitions

    KATHMANDU – NAMO BUDDHA RESTAURANT – JUNE 2013 PARIS – SCIENCES PO – UNICEF “SEMAINE DE L’ENFANCE” – NOVEMBER 2013

  • LIVE MUSIC

    By / 12/05/2015 / Film

    Watch the latest videos shot during concerts or live performances, mainly in France and Nepal.

  • IN THE ALPS

    By / 12/05/2015 / France, Photography

    Watch a selection of pictures shot by Raphaël George in the Alps.

  • CONCERTS

    By / 12/05/2015 / France, Photography

    Watch the photographs of concerts and live perfomances.

  • ARCHITECTURE

    By / 12/05/2015 / France, Photography

    Watch the photographs of the architectural work of Raphaël George.  

  • CONTACT

    By / 11/05/2015 / Contact

    For any request, order or other contact purpose, please contact Raphael George on his Facebook page or call : France : +33 640599555  Nepal : +977 9803690659

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