Tucked away in the eastern Himalaya, between the riverine plains of India and the cold and arid Tibetan plateau, Bhutan is the country of dreams, dragons, legends and landscapes. With its sparkling verdant valleys, gurgling streams and forests aglow with wild orchids, this picturesque country is like non other.
In 1980, Sangay moved to Thmiphu on a two-year UNICEF project to help the Royal Government set up the Development Support Communication Division. He has also taught photography at the Mass Communication Research Centre, Jamia Millia Islamia and the School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi. He currently lives in Geneva, Switzerland, where he works for the United Nation Wold Submit on the Information Society. His passion, apart from photography and music is soaring the skies in sailplanes.