OVERVIEW While sequencing the 72 images for Infinite Light, Marissa Roth wanted to create a book on Tibet that is reverent, as her feelings for Tibet run through a very deep place within her heart. By creating something that is both precious and beautiful, Infinite Light offers a small window into how it feels in this extraordinary Himalayan culture. It is a book to be treasured, like a prayer book for the eyes, to be lived with and opened often. Roth was involved in the entire book-making creative process. She spent 5 months sequencing the images in the colors of Tibetan prayer flags - blue, white, red, green and yellow. While working with her publisher, she chose the size of the book and the binding fabric, and worked closely with the master book designer, John Hubbard. They were both on press for the printing of the book in Verona, Italy. She worked with her close Tibetan friend, Tenpa Dorjee, who facilitated receiving the book’s foreword from His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Dorjee was also responsible for getting the wrapping cloths which were handmade by Tibetan monks at a monastery in Central India, that are around the books in the clamshell edition. Roth chose this distinguished team in order to produce this exquisite limited edition book, and to ensure that her vision and experiences in Tibet would endure as a testament to the Tibetans and their highly evolved culture. It was said by the esteemed Tibet scholar, Robert Barnett, “The Tibetans are the best that humans will ever be”. The books are available in a Slipcase edition, and a collector’s Clamshell edition containing a fine art print.