Raghu Rai is an Indian photographer and photojournalist. He actually became a photographer in 1965 to soon later join a newspaper The Statesman which was a New Delhi publication. Rai then left The Statesman in 1976 to become a freelance photographer. His photos and stories have been published to companies such as Time, Life, GEO, The New York Times, Sunday Times, Newsweek, Vogue, GQ, D magazine, Marie Claire, The Independent and the New Yorker. He’s also traveled to places such as India and Southeast Africa. Rai ended up becoming known for his extensive cover of India. Rai is also known for his books such, Reflections in Colour and Reflections in Black and White and is still alive today.