Justin Mott is an American photographer living in Vietnam. Mott specializes in wildlife photojournalism and conservation photography and is currently working on a long-term, self-funded project, Kindred Guardians, documenting people all over the world who dedicate their lives to helping animals. He was the resident professional photographer on Photo Face-Off, a reality TV show on History Channel for 5 seasons in which Mott competes against and judges amateur photographers throughout Southeast Asia.
|Born:||1978, Rhode Island|
|Education:||San Francisco State University|
|Occupation:||Wildlife Photojournalist and Conservation Photographer|
About Justin Mott
American photographer most famous for being the resident photographer for the History Channel reality show Photo Face-Off. He is also known for his work with The New York Times, where became a contributor in 2007.
He moved to California in the late 1990s and studied Photojournalism at San Francisco State University.
His 2008 photo project Legacy of Horror received the Marty Forscher Fellowship for humanistic photography from the Parson’s School of Design.
He has an older brother.
He and Richard Koci Hernandez are both photographers who graduated from San Francisco State University.
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