The Kalash people in Northern Pakistan are a very distinct group of people with their own very unique culture and traditions. They live among three valleys in Northern Pakistan, not far from the Afghani border. The Kalash are white skinned, a rarity in the region and are not close genetically to any other population. I want to travel in their valley in 2015 and document the lives of the locals and their stories. I plan to stay in the valley among the Kalash for three months, during which I want to take a photograph of at least 100 people.