Born in 1988 Taha Ghouchkanlu is a well-known Iranian Photographer. Taha is one of the active and young participants in the International TWAN “The World At Night” project. Professionally Taha is also the founding director of one of the leading photography studios in Tehran. Founded in 2010, Sky Studio is one of Tehran's most experienced and well-established photo studios, with a team of over 40 talented young professionals, SkyStudio offers the highest quality photographic and film services and utilizing the most up-to-date studio photography methods and equipment. From a young age, Astronomy has been one of Taha’s main passions. Since he started photography he has gained invaluable experience and knowledge working professionally in the fields of testing and reviewing optics, deep-sky astrophotography as well as widefield nightscape photography. Simultaneously Taha has been active in teaching astronomy and astrophotography in different institutes and universities. Having followed his passion for outdoor and landscape photography from a young age, He started to travel to many different spots around the globe in search of stunning scenery in IRAN and the world alike. Madagascar, Kenya, Bhutan, Tanzania, Indonesia, Nepal, Uganda, Norway, Finland, Morocco, China, Oman,... are only some of the places that Taha’s passion for photography has led him. Besides nightscape photography, one of the most interesting subjects in photography for Taha since adolescence is documentary and portrait photography with an ethnographic focus on different tribes and nations. During his trips to different countries, he has photographed local people of different first nation tribes such as African and Buddhist people and many other nations, to show their lifestyle, unique cultures, clothing &, etc. to record and express that even in the 20th century people have their own unique lifestyles. One of the highlight projects Taha is doing during next years is creating photo collections of unique people and tribes all over the world to capture and preserve them for the future as a good reference of nations' lifestyle and different cultures and to also photograph them at night.