"Antarctica — My Adventures on the Coolest Continent," Lake and Sumter Style Magazine, April 2015
"The Galapagos Islands — Nature's Laboratory," Lake and Sumter Style Magazine, December 2015
"Papua New Guinea: Cruising for Cannibals," Lake and Sumter Style Magazine, September 2015
"The Magic of Machu Picchu," Lake and Sumter Style Magazine, May 2015
"Turkish Delight," Lake & Sumter Style Magazine, February 2015
"Things You Should Know When Traveling Abroad," Healthy Living Magazine, April 2014
"On Their Own Time," Upstate Medical Alumni Journal, Winter 2017
"Best of Both Worlds," Lake & Sumter Style Magazine, September 2014
See photos from Cliff Malzman's travels in over 100 countries at CliffordMalzman.com.
In between college and medical school I had an extreme urge to start seeing the world. The thought of becoming exposed to different peoples, cultures, and art loomed large in my consciousness. The opportunity presented itself, and I took 3 months to backpack through Western Europe and the British Isles. This experience served as the launching pad for my ambition to become a world traveler.
Despite having had my interest in seeing the world stimulated, my attention shifted to the practice of cardiology, which I have done since 1987. Being a cardiologist has been a great joy both intellectually and emotionally.
One day in 2000, I ran into my friend Cliff who had just come back from Cambodia. I went to his house, heard about his travels and saw his slides. I was sold! We made plans to go on my first trip to Asia. Since then I have traveled in 43 countries on all 7 continents.
During this time I have become increasingly interested in photography. It has been my good fortune to see the world and to photograph its native peoples, animals and landscapes.
This website is a compilation of my experiences as a global photographer. Many of the human subjects included had never seen their images photographed and displayed by a camera before. I’d like to thank Cliff Malzman for accompanying me on many trips to the eastern hemisphere and collaborating with me photographically. It has also been a wonderful experience to travel with my wife, Lisa, on many of the other remaining trips.