This selection of photographs were taken in the Khumbu Himalaya where I have a strong family connection with many of the people and places there. Since the age of 13 I have travelled to the Khumbu for climbing, trekking and philanthropy both for work and pleasure. I have created an extensive collection of photographs covering mountaineering, nature, culture and religion in this unique high-alpine environment. 
Looking out towards Ama Dablam from Lobuche Peaks High Camp at 5,600m
Evening light on the grand massif of Everest, Nuptse and Lhotse from Lobuche High Camp. 
On a recent film project we made use of the long sunsets and backdrop of Cholatse.
Ferocious ridges lead off of Tabuche and Cholatses summits. 
Climbers at 5,500m with Makalu (8,481m) in the distance. 
A classic view from tents in the Nepalese Himalaya; mountain tops and the void. 
Mt Ama Dablam translates to Mothers Locket which refers to the vast hanging glacier below it's summit that makes it so treacherous. 
The opening ceremony of a new Stupa in Hilajung, near Thame and the border with Tibet. 
A rare glimpse into Thame monastery during a private Puja.