Tallo Anthony | Arunachal Pradesh
Tallo, is from Ziro in Lower Subansiri district of Arunachal Pradesh. He did his Bachelor of Arts from Rajiv Gandhi University in the capital city of Itanagar. He worked with Shergaon Forest Division. It was then, that he developed an interest in photography and videography. Once he got into Green Hub, Hewas part of the in-house editing team. He have worked with Aaranyak, Eco-Systems India, and Foundation for Ecological Security, Bhutan Glory Eco-Club,
Wildlife Institute of India and Arunachal Pradesh Forest Department. His films have spanned diverse themes: from on ground patrolling teams in Manas National Park to documenting wildlife camps for children around Eaglenest Wildlife Sanctuary and Fakim Wildlife Sanctuary. He have documented the life-history and threats that several species face: from the Asian elephant which is largest land mammal that we have in India to the Pygmy hog which is the smallest wild pig species found in the wild. And now they form a Group called Genesis4.
Genesis 4 is a group of four young members from Green Hub, Assam. They represent different parts of north-east India, Tallo Anthony from Arunachal Pradesh, Jimmy Johny Kujur from Meghalaya, Harshavardhan Dhruva from Assam and Wanmei Konyak from of Nagaland. They work on video documenting, cinematography, editing, photography and
workshop. Their aim at Genesis 4 is to have a new start – one that begins with shed light on the amazing people and places in north-east India.