Photographer | Videographer
Coming from Cyprus, Inca works as a photographer and videographer complementing his perspective with an MA in Visual Anthropology, which he got from the University of Kent (UK). He has an interest in community-based conservation and bio-cultural diversity (while also shooting hot Salsa festivals as a dancer himself).
Following his interests, he has been to different parts of the world such as Kenya, the Philippines and Malaysia doing independent research and volunteer work, and more recently in India photographing initiatives of alternative solutions in connection with the Vikalp Sangam (“The Alternatives Confluence”). These experiences include the use of photographs and videos for geo-tagging and community mapping, and inter-community training in the use of visual tools. His photo story depicting the motivations of Kenya’s Samburu tribe to take on community-based conservation earned him the 2nd place in a global travel photography contest organized by National Geographic’s Jason Edwards and the World Nomads scholarship program.