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We are a global Fellowship of professional storytellers focused on conservation impact. Meet the Fellowship.

Top-tier photographers and filmmakers

The iLCP Fellowship is made up of top-tier photographers and filmmakers using solution-based media as a catalyst for conservation efforts. With 120+ Fellows, based in 26 countries and working in 190 countries, our conservation impact has a global reach. They shine a light on issues ranging from endangered flora and fauna to climate change to ocean health. 

What is Conservation Photography and Filmmaking?

In a visually-based society, conservation photography and filmmaking harnesses the power of storytelling to further conservation goals. These stories shed light on environmental and cultural issues, solutions, and efforts; with the goal of making a positive change in the Anthropocene.

iLCP News

"Naturalista Isleño" Premiered in Dominican Republic

Eladio Fernandez

After 4 years, Eladio Fernandez finally released "Naturalista Isleño" (Island Naturalist) on November 16th. This is a 4 part documentary series that covers his conservation photography work with new species of pipe vines, endemic island magnolias, Ridgway's hawk, and the humpback whales of the Silver Bank. The series is produced by Jake Kheel and co-directed by Freddy A. Ginebra. The producers are currently seeking distribution and the series will start making the film festival rounds.

Krista Schlyer Fall Print Sale

iLCP

We are thrilled to announce a Fall Print Sale of nine limited-edition prints of Krista Schlyer images! Running from November 11 - December 2, these prints would make a fantastic gift his holiday season. Head to this link  to start shopping! iLCP, Print Sales Print Sales

Scott Trageser Collection, Now Represented by iLCP!

iLCP

The International League of Conservation Photographers is thrilled to announce that we now represent Scott Trageser's  collection of images! About Scott Trageser: From catching butterflies by age 2 to discovering new species by age 22, Scott has found his calling as a conservationist, researcher, and award-winning photographer by serving as the Executive Director and President of The Biodiversity Group and as the Co-founder and Director of the Creative Conservation Alliance. He believes that striking wildlife imagery is a cornerstone of modern conservation since, with it, comes...

Brian Skerry wins an Emmy!

iLCP

Congratulations to Senior Fellow Brian Skerry and the National Geographic team for their film, 'Secrets of the Whales’ winning a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Series!

Night on Earth

Art Wolfe

Every night, an often unseen buzz of activity takes place all around the globe. This gorgeous collection of photographs takes the reader on a magical journey from dusk to dawn. To create his gorgeous new book NIGHT ON EARTH (Earth Aware; 11/16/2021), acclaimed photographer Art Wolfe traveled to every continent to explore and document the nighttime world of animals, humans, and nature. From a blazing sunset over Antarctic ice to Tokyo’s nighttime street racers to coffee with Brazilian cowboys as the dawn breaks, this book is an unparalleled feast for the eyes, and a...

Jeff Foott Collection, now represented by iLCP Image Collection

iLCP

The International League of Conservation Photographers is delighted to announce we now represent Jeff Foott's collection of images! Jeff has worked for over 25 years, documenting nature and environment in both film and still pictures .Having worked in over 35 countries, he has produced over 40 films, shown in over 100 countries. His last film on Patagonia for the Living Edens Series was a finalist for an Emmy. His films for National Geographic, Discovery Channel, BBC have won numerous awards. His pictures have appeared in National Geographic, Geo, Natures Best, Smithsonian, the...

The Beverly Joubert Collection, now represented by iLCP Image Collection

iLCP

iLCP Image Services is thrilled to announce that we now represent Beverly Joubert’s extensive collection of images! About Beverly Joubert: Beverly Joubert is a world famous, award-winning filmmaker, photographer, conservationists and a National Geographic Explorer. She co-founded the Big Cats Initiative with her husband Dereck and together they have produced over 35 films for National Geographic, with 22 Emmy nominations and 8 Emmy Awards. They have published 12 books two in the last year of lockdowns. She co-founded Great Plains Conservation that manages over 1.5 million acres of...

Endangered Rusty-patched Bumble Bee Population and Rare Illinois Prairie Spared

Clay Bolt

Thanks to the work of many grassroots organizers, NGOs such as NWF, NRDC, CBD, Natural Lands Institute, the Sinnissippi Audobon, and of course, the iLCP we have been able to save a remnant piece of 8,000 year old prairie, which is home to the federally protected, critically endangered rusty-patched bumble bee. This is what conservation photography is all about! Read more here: Rockford airport agrees to halt expansion project, spare Bell Bowl Prairie ROCKFORD, Ill. (WTVO) — The Chicago Rockford International Airport announced Thursday it would capitulate to the demands of...

Joel Sartore's Photo Ark, now represented by iLCP Image Collection

iLCP

The International League of Conservation Photographers is delighted to announce we now represent Joel Sartore's Photo Ark! Joel Sartore is an award-winning photographer, speaker, author, conservationist, the 2018 National Geographic Explorer of the Year, and Senior Fellow of iLCP. He is a regular contributor to National Geographic Magazine and an Eagle Scout. His hallmarks are a sense of humor and a Midwestern work ethic. Joel specializes in documenting endangered species and landscapes around the world. He is the founder of the Photo Ark, a 25-year documentary project to save species...

The desert and the sea: the Paracas desert

Emanuele Biggi

At the arrival to the town of Paracas it’s obvious to a untrained eye that you’re among a barren land, a desert in a true form, no life except human settlements. After just a few minutes that untrained eye begins its data loading, registering tens, perhaps hundreds of birds along the beach, thousands of ghost crabs on the sand, maybe even some sea lions (both dead and living). But it’s when you start visiting deeply the Paracas Reserve that all becomes clear if you’re lucky enough to have the proper guide as I had. I’ve been to Paracas at least three times in different occasions, and...

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