Award-winning wildlife photographer Sandesh Kadur has been taking photographs since 2002. Educated at the University of Texas, Indian born Sandesh has photographed and filmed wildlife across the globe – from tigers in India to Sea Turtles in Mexico. Now, he divides his time between the United States and Bangalore, India. Sandesh uses photography to expose the need for conservation. He is a an associate member of the International League of Conservation Photographers as well as a member on the board of Filmmakers For Conservation.
Dr Baskar Choudhury is a veterinarian with the Wildlife Trust of India, specialising in wildlife rescue and rehabilitation. He started his career in 2000 as a vet in Kazaranga National Park, Northern India, where his job was to attend to injured wildlife in the Kaziranga area. In October 2001 he was responsible for setting up the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation (CWRC), a wildlife rehabilitation centre near Kaziranga National Park, recognized by the Central Zoo Authority (CZA), Government of India. He had served as the first centre veterinarian of CWRC from July 2002 till September 2004. He is currently employed as Chief Veterinarian for the Wildlife Trust of India, and lives in Guwahati, Assam, India.