Born in Geneva, Tobias Marschall spent his time mainly between Europe and Central Asia since 2012. Photography is an essential dimension of his anthropological work where images are not mere illustrations but reveal the complex encounter of different perspectives and his own posture.
He currently explores latest changes on the northeastern tip of Afghanistan. Starting from the Afghan Pamir, he accompanies and walk with the different people who are making the place's connections.
With the publication of his photographs, he aims to provide an informed perspective into the worlds he is moving in to a larger audience than his academic circle.
He collaborates with the Central Eurasian Scholars and Media Initiative (cesmi.info) and with the research team of Remoteness and Connectivity: Highland Asia in the World (highlandasia.net).