Max Milligan was born in 1965 and educated at Millfield. He was first sent to Peru in 1985 as part of Operation Raleigh. He returned there in 1986 and stayed for five years. After a two-year spell film editing for the BBC and Channel 4 he held his first photographic exhibition in 1993. Since then he has concentrated solely on photogrpahy and writing. Renowned for his painterly eye, Max's work hangs in major collections and institutions including Deutsche Bank and CGU Insurance. His first book, Circles of Stone was published to widespread critical acclaim in 1999.
"It is fantastic! Breathtaking." Matthew Parris, Author of Inca Kola "A stunning visual odyssey - beautifully conceived." New Scientist "An astonishing photographic collection" Conde Nast Traveller - Book of the Month "Illuminating text...Milligan provides rich perspective" Houston Chronicle "Milligan's exceptional photography...not ordinary coffee-table fodder" The Times - Top 10 Travel Books of the Year "It tells people much about Peru and will be a dazzling reminder should they visit" John Hemming, Author of Conquest of the Incas " Startling images are juxtaposed with the humorous. Nothing escapes his acute eye" Evening Standard "Milligan's passion informs every intricately researched page - fascinating on many levels" IPC Magazines