International League of Conservation Photographers

A U.S. based non-profit organization whose mission is to support environmental and cultural conservation through ethical photography and filmmaking.
    
New iLCP Associate Fellows!
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New iLCP Associate Fellows!
international league of conservation photographers
Jun 10, 2021

We are thrilled to announce the new Associate Fellows of iLCP! 

Neeta Satam is a photojournalist, geologist, educator, and National Geographic Explorer based in Saint Louis and Mumbai. 

Shivang Mehta is a photographer based in India. He specializes in photographing rare species and has worked on species like the Clouded leopard, Snow leopard, Fishing cat and Red panda, to name a few. 

Carl Johnson is a photographer based in Anchorage, Alaska, who uses his images to promote conservation.

Shin Arunrugstichai is a Thai photojournalist, specializing in marine conservation stories.

Jahawi Bertolli is a National Geographic Explorer & Photo Camp Instructor, film maker, photographer and music producer from Kenya specialising in wildlife and the underwater world. 

Katie Schuler is a conservation filmmaker, National Geographic Storyteller & Head of Production at Coral & Oak Studios. An advocate for the planet’s most at-risk species, Katie leverages over a decade of filmmaking experience on six continents to tell engaging stories that speak to our shared sense of empathy and compassion. 

Thomas Nicolon is a French photojournalist and a National Geographic  explorer. He covers wildlife conservation and the growing conflict between humans and wildlife. 

Kristi Odom is an internationally acclaimed photographer, a Nikon Ambassador, and a motivational speaker.  A photographer and filmmaker, her work focuses on connecting people emotionally to animals and celebrating those who have a connection to the natural world.  

Justin Gilligan is a natural history photographer based in Australia. Through his work, Justin strives to create images that draw the viewer’s attention to the beauty of the natural world and our diverse connections to it.


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