Primary clients: National Geographic, The New York Times, Playboy Magazine, Saveur, Punch, Anthony Bourdain: Explore Parts Unknown, Slate, Roads and Kingdoms,
Africa Europe Latin America USA & Canada
Languages Spoken: English, French, Spanish, some Arabic, studies in Latin, Ancient Greek and rudimentary Luganda
Alec Jacobson is a photographer and writer who likes to dive deep into slow-moving stories. Drawing on his studies in Anthropology, French and Arabic at Amherst College, he prefers to be the only journalist within a few hundred miles.
He is a National Geographic Explorer and has received two grants from the National Geographic Society - in 2015 and 2018 - to document fishing issues on Lake Victoria. He is just as comfortable working on a small boat in a big storm as he is sipping fine scotch while shooting for The Macallan.
Alec is prepared to travel at a moment's notice and eager to build on his base of seven languages (French, Spanish, Arabic, English, Luganda, Latin and Ancient Greek).
He also founded and is on the board of the nonprofit Mountain Independent, leading a network of journalists in mountain towns around the world from his home in Telluride, CO.
Editorial Clients Include: National Geographic, National Geographic Traveler, The New York Times, Playboy Magazine, The Caravan, Saveur, Punch, Anthony Bourdain: Explore Parts Unknown, Slate, Roads and Kingdoms, Amherst Magazine, Colorado State and Vermont Medicine Magazine.
Commercial Clients Include: The Macallan, Inkaterra Hotels, Skida, Janji, Sutcliffe Vineyards, Danbury Hospital, The University of Vermont, Telluride.com and Educate!.