Partner Photo Contests

As part of the #NatureForAll Love Fest, photographers from around the world shared their work helping inspire love of nature!

Carlos del Àngel Estrada Marcos

Carlos is passionate about nature, he is currently working on a project that aims to unite more people to the conservation of one of the most beautiful birds in the world “The Quetzal” and the habitat where it lives, the forests and jungles of the Biosphere Reserve El Triunfo, a protected area of international relevance located in a mountainous area of Chiapas, Mexico.

Anthony Ochieng

Anthony Ochieng, founder of TonyWild, is a wildlife ecologist, educator, conservation photographer and filmmaker based in Nairobi, Kenya. TonyWild is a photo-led platform for sharing stories that enables relevant knowledge sharing of everything nature and wildlife. They envision a generation that will influence sustainable natural resource management through photography, film and science.​

S. Jeshurun Roshan

S. Jeshurun Roshan is a photographer from Chennai, India. Their work predominantly revolves around elephants, across the South Indian peninsula. Their dream is to show the world the plight of the Indian elephants, the wide spectrum of how they interact with the human species and how it can be changed for the better of both. 

Prashant Mohesh

Prashant Mohesh is a National Geographic Young Explorer and is in his first year on the World Ocean Day Youth Advisory Council. Prashant is also a painter, a surfer, and a PADI-certified diver. He has a background in Graphic Design from Curtin University, and he was also someone who went from fearing the ocean to protecting it on a daily basis. Living in Mauritius, he really loves the environment and he wants to protect it for future generations. With World Ocean Day, National Geographic and the support of the U.S. Embassy in Mauritius, he aims to educate, inspire and empower more young people with the right attitude skills and 21st-century knowledge so that they can be the critical agents of change and make their voices heard so that they feel safe: show them how their opinions, feelings, and perspectives matter.

Jai Sharma

Jai Sharma is a National Geographic certified wildlife and nature educator promoting outdoor, experiential based learning on nature interpretation, environment education, wildlife conservation and climate change in schools and communities for over 20 years. He has always been passionate about nature and especially big cats. He is dedicated to guiding the youth and empowering them to understand the current environmental issues and resolve them.

Reyhane Miranzadeh

Reyhane Miranzadeh is a third-year student in biodiversity and works in humans bird conflict and estimating abundance of population. She is also a wildlife photographer, loves nature and talks to local communities about wildlife conservation.

Annie Donwerth-Chikamatsu

Annie Donwerth-Chikamatsu is a poet, author, gardener, walker, amateur photographer and community scientist. Growing up in north Texas, she was surrounded by nature daily in a suburb and on weekends in the country. Decades later living in west Tokyo, she and her family have a garden within walls, farmers’ fields outside their windows, urban trees along the streets, and a botanical garden not far from their home. Instead of driving or biking, she walks everywhere stopping to take photos along the way. She became interested in the phenology and the faunal associations of the plants and trees in her garden, neighborhood, and beyond. She uploads photos and data to e-bird, iNaturalist, and BudBurst. One of her novels BEYOND ME, published by Simon & Schuster set in Japan 2011, highlights environmental effects and ecotherapy. She writes about nature and is becoming more involved in nature education.

Danielle Zelin

“I am Danielle from Mauritius Island. With more than 25 yrs in education; I am now a TESOL Teacher and National Geographic Certified Educator, running my own after-school English Club where I use the National Geographic Explorer Mindset Learning Framework to teach the language. My students are aged 6 -18 yrs old. After following the National Geographic & Adobe Storytelling For Impact – Photography course; I found a way to express my love for nature. Now, each time I am in nature, I have the eyes to see the magic of our beautiful nature and share it with my students, fellow educators or simply for my pure pleasure.”

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