Leica interviews photographer Justin Mott about his personal project Kindred Guardians and see why he uses the Leica M10D for his personal work.Read More
Kindred Guardians wins IPA award for Nature/Wildlife category.Read More
Join me for a panel discussion about the illegal wildlife trade on September 16th in NYC. Details below, please RSVP at email@example.com .
Justin Mott to donate photography prints for Nyumbani Gala Auction!Read More
Chapter 1 of my personal project Kindred Guardians is featured in the Washington Post.Read More
No Man’s Land exhibition featured on The Eye of Photography.Read More
“A New York gallery is teaming up with photographer Justin Mott to raise awareness on the plight of the northern white rhinos, giving viewers an intimate insight into what it takes to keep them happy, healthy and safe from poachers.
Earlier this year we were honoured to host Justin Mott as he started his journey to create his long-term series ‘Kindred Guardians’, that aims to document people who devote their lives to animal welfare and conservation. His first instalment, No Man’s Land, is dedicated to the caretakers of the last two remaining northern white rhino females, Fatu and Najin, here on Ol Pejeta. “
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Interview: Photographer Documents Bond Between Last Two Northern White Rhinos and Their CaretakersRead More
Announcing the opening of my latest exhibition titled “No Man’s Land”, chapter 1 of my personal project Kindred Guardians.Read More
NBC New York featured an article about my current exhibition for chapter 1 of Kindred Guardians.Read More