Howe Sim is an award-winning professional travel photographer whose portfolio spans 76 countries on six continents. His subjects are as diverse as his destinations, and include such notables as Varanasi's mesmerizing cremation ghats, the critically endangered mountain gorillas of Rwanda, and street scenes in North Korea, the world's most secretive state.
He works primarily on assignment, providing stock images for his corporate clientele. A perpetual nomad, he is always busy charting out the next adventure ... the more bizarre or unearthly, the better.
Howe's work has been featured by National Geographic, Nature's Best, and numerous other trade publications. Some of his images grace magazine covers and countless others appear in calendars, books, advertising and promotional materials, and on websites. His photographs adorn the walls of many homes and businesses, with the very best showcased in his series of sixty-nine travel photography books.
In a mere ten years, Howe has amassed a searchable online database featuring over 45,000 images, one of the Internet's largest collections by a solo photographer. Images are sold as prints and as licensed stock images for editorial or commercial use.
Visitors to the website can look for a specific location or subject by entering a search term wherever a magnifying glass icon appears, or can simply scroll through the images in a given gallery.