Tomasz Omeljaniuk spend five weeks in India jungle. „Invite you to watch Indie from the other side. First we will go to Calcutta and its poor rural areas. I will show you the local poverty and suffering, but also tell stories of people who are full of hope and inspiration. Then choose the jungle in the Meghalaya region – the land where is a king, the people will never say goodbye to each other, and the land is purchased in the hill, not hectares “.
Born in 1982, a programmer, fan of photography, travel and volunteer as well. As a student active member of the Student Photographic Agency, he participated in several group exhibitions. He traveled to Ukraine, Romania, Montenegro, Armenia, Georgia, India and Nepal. As a volunteer, he worked in an orphanage with disabled children in Ukraine. In Poland together with his friends created and coordinated the project “Help for Załucze”. In February 2013 he went on a trip to India. Worked for five weeks in the jungle as a ricklayer, he helped with construction of the orphanage. In his free time he made friends with local tribes.