In the summer of 2005, I was one of 50 photo-journalists from around the world invited to go to Tibet, meet 50 Tibetan and Chinese photo-journalists, and spend two weeks photographing. The end result was a book called "Tibet in the Eyes of 100 Photographers". Although the project was sanctioned by the Chinese government, there were few restrictions placed on us. We traveled in groups of about 20 photographers, but when we were taken to any location, we were free to talk to anyone we chose and shoot anything we wanted.
These photographs are my impressions of that brief trip.