Photographer Mark Hartman, a Boston native, has taken over the New Yorker’s Instagram for the first week of March. Hartman is currently traveling in India and Nepal. His striking photographs give insight into the two countries’ inherent beauty and long-held traditions.
In his first post on the account, Hartman says “Greetings and love from Kathmandu, Nepal. This is New York City based Mark Hartman and I will be guest posting on the New Yorker Instagram all week long from Nepal and India. I am currently working on a personal project around the idea of devotion to the unknown. Please stay tuned.”
Hartman is an avid poster, updating the feed several times a day with stunning image after stunning image, creating an intimate connection between his audience and his subjects. You can follow his progress on The New Yorker’s account or Hartman’s own.
I will speak with Hartman about his project and his experience in India and Nepal when he returns to the states on March 19th. Stay tuned!