Kevin Bubriski has been photographing Nepal for forty-seven years. He first traveled to Nepal in 1975 as an American Peace Corps volunteer working on village community water supply projects in remote mountain regions. He returned to photograph Nepal from 1984 to 1990 as a researcher with the Film Study Center at Harvard University.

He is the recipient of Guggenheim, NEA, Fulbright and Robert Gardner Peabody Museum fellowships. His fine art photography is in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris.

His books on Nepal include Portrait of Nepal (Chronicle 1993), Power Places of Kathmandu: Hindu and Buddhist Holy Sites in the Sacred Valley of Nepal (Inner Traditions 1995), Maobadi (Himal Books 2011), Nepal 1975-2011 (Radius and Peabody Museum Press 2014), Kailash Yatra: A Long Walk to Kailash from Humla (Penguin Random House, India 2018), Mustang in Black and White (Vajra Books 2018) and Nepal Earthquake (Himal Books 2021). Bubriski’s other books include Pilgrimage: Looking at Ground Zero (powerHouse, 2002), Legacy in Stone: Syria before War (powerHouse, 2018), Our Voices, Our Streets: American Protests 2001-2011 (powerHouse, 2020), and Kashgar 1998 (powerHouse, 2022).