Francis has worked as a professional photographer for over 16 years and in that time travelled the world practicing his craft and teaching photography to aspiring photographers from around the world.
He has held photographic exhibitions in Australia, Taiwan and Hungary. The themes of his exhibitions have varied greatly from the Surrealist Nudes in "Tides" to the very humanistic portrait of life on the Yangtze River at the turn of the millennium in "The River".
His black and white nude photos have been nominated seven times for the prestigious Black and White Spider Awards and have featured in the European art magazine Photo Art and the American magazine Carrie Leigh Nude (now a permanent holding of Trove, the National Library of Australia)
Aside from his art Francis's photographs have featured on CNN (50th anniversary of the Hungarian Revolution)and his travel photographs from Albania were highlighted in National Geographic and Explorer magazines, whilst his lifestyle photographs could be found in Timeout Magazine.
He is currently working as a freelance photographer and running photography courses in Brisbane.
Adam is a travel-writer based in Budapest. For his outstanding journalistic work, he received an Acknowledgement of Merit from US President Bill Clinton.
Following an offer from Hungarian Television for the post of Editor-in-Chief he moved to Budapest. He has been visiting and leading groups touring India since 1998.
He has written and directed some 80 documentary films about Indian cultural, economic, religious and social issues.
He is a travel-writer to many among such prominent magazines as National Geographic While Adam knows the answers to many questions concerning India, but there is one he does not and that is how many times has he visited the sub-continent in the last 20 years.