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Photo/Ken Geiger

Karine Aigner

Washington, D.C. and Texas


Instagram: @kaigner

Karine is photojournalist who creates visual stories that explore the relationship between humans and the animal world. Aigner strives to give voice to the creatures that don’t have one, and create empathy where there is none. Karine is an associate fellow with the International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP) and a member of Girls Who Click (GWC). Karine‚Äôs work has been featured in National Geographic Magazine, GEOLino, GEO, Nature Conservancy Magazine, WWF and BBC Wildlife to name a few. Her imagery is represented by National Geographic Creative, and Tandem Stills & Motion and Nature Picture Library.

Expertise and Skills
Africa, Amphibians and Reptiles, Birds, Camera Trapping, Lighting, North America, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Wildlife Film, Wildlife Photography
Diving, Kayaking
Biodiversity, Climate Change, Coexistence, Ecology, Indigenous Culture, Urban Wildlife, Wildlife Crime, Wildlife Rehab
English, French, Spanish