Dr Caesar Sengupta is a globally renowned and acclaimed Wildlife Conservation Photographer, a National Geographic educator, freelance writer and a trainer. A qualified MD & Medical Microbiologist, Dr. Caesar is Vice President, Operations at Thyrocare Technologies Ltd. He is also the Founder Director of DCP Expeditions LLP, which is India's fastest growing Wildlife and Nature Photography Training Academy operating in 21 cities in India. He conducts regular photography workshops and field expeditions across India. He has traveled far and wide across the Indian geography. He has the timeless distinction of having a frog species discovered in 2014 to be named after him - The Hylarana Ceasari also known otherwise as the The Maharashtra Golden Frog. Through his photography, he tries to depict the untold and unseen beauties of nature.
Awards & Accolades
National Geographic Traveller Photography Contest Winner, September 2012
Hylarana caesari – A Frog Species was named after me, October 2014
Nature’s Best Photography Windland Smith Rice International Award, April 2015
Finalist in BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2015
National Geographic Educator Of The Week, July 2015
Several articles, publications, exhibitions and invitations to jury panel for renowned photography contests