There’s something thrilling and exciting about the way Jay Poudyal can take readers behind the curtain of how stories are told and offers an unique perspective on the art of story telling. Every people from different cultures and backgrounds have their own stories, and these stories of struggles, success, hopes and aspirations of people are brought through photoblog of Stories of Nepal: one of the most successful photoblog in Nepal. He is a humanitarian photographer, social advocate, storyteller, and the founder of Stories of Nepal. He started Stories of Nepal in 2013. He is also the recipient of the IVLP fellowship Ed Murrow Program for Journalists. He has travelled to various remote and rural areas of Nepal and shared stories of everyday Nepali people from these communities. His photoblog focuses on human stories of struggle, hopes, aspirations, societal observations and memories. His work and Stories of Nepal has been featured in BBC World, BBC Newsroom, Associated Press, LA Times and Yahoo.