Many social activist and environmentalist are taking all the efforts to spread the awareness about the alarming decrease of tiger population among people. And what differentiate Ameya Kulkarni, a teenager from city is that he uses art as a medium to express his anxiety towards the extinction of tigers. The 14 year old Ameya, the son of London- based businessman Adhish Kulkarni and Shalu Kulkarni, has got interest in landscapes and wildlife photography.The exhibition, ‘Call of the tiger’ of beautiful eye-catching photographs by Ameya was organised at Jawaharlal Darda Art Gallery. At present, Ameya is studying in London, while his grand-parents are from Nagpur. His exhibition was held at Nehru Centre in London. He was honoured to help support Save Wild Tigers work in this space, raising awareness through events such as ‘Eye on the Tiger’, an exhibition of tiger photographs from the world’s 80 most renowned wildlife photographers at the Royal Albert Hall, London.
He often goes for safari tours with family and the photographs displayed at the expo are mainly clicked at Tadoba or Ranthambore National Park by him. Ameya says that tiger is very balanced in its life and hunts only when hungry. Ameya expressed that he respects the power of tigers and wishes to contribute to the area of saving tigers with the help of his art photography.