iLCP Now Represents Sergio Pitamitz
Photojournalist Sergio Pitamitz has French and Italian double citizenship. For over two decades he has documented wildlife and environmental issues, focusing in particular on African wildlife, big cats and Polar regions. He is a contributor of the Italian edition of National Geographic Magazine and his work has been featured in leading magazines such as BBC Wildlife, Geo Magazine, Terre Sauvage, National Geographic website, as well as other National Geographic publications. He won the NPPA - National Press Photography Association “Best of Photojournalism 2016 - Environmental Category”. Sergio is a Swarovski Optik Brand Ambassador. He is a National Geographic Image Collection contract photographer and National Geographic Expeditions Photographer. Through his photographs and conservation stories he wants to inspire people to protect and preserve wildlife and nature. Sergio is actually focusing on documenting successful conservation and reintroduction projects.
Browse the gallery using the link below or contact our Visual Assets Manager, Meg Severide, to discuss licensing.
BROWSE THE SERGIO PITAMITZ COLLECTION
The iLCP Visual Library is home to world-class, ethically-sourced photographs and video clips from around the world, taken by our Fellowship of professional photographers and filmmakers. Our comprehensive library includes compelling visuals of ecosystems, wildlife, and people involved with the natural world. Looking for more details? Check out our FAQ below!
iLCP's pricing structure and policies, while targeted to the non-profit conservation community, ensures that our Fellows are fairly compensated for their photography and videography. We advocate that all organizations recognize that visuals have value and the creators deserve compensation for their work.
Step 1: Send a Visual Request Form or contact our Visual Assets Manager, Meg Severide at firstname.lastname@example.org
Step 2: The iLCP team will send you a visual usage agreement and estimate.
Step 3: Send payment
Step 4: Receive visual assets (files)
Our Fellows have committed to uphold the organization's ethical standards and principles. Ethics are critical to conservation organizations as well as their clients and partners.
iLCP net revenues from licensing go directly back into programming to continue making a conservation impact.
iLCP's pricing is competitive and ensures that our Fellows are fairly compensated for their photography and videography.
If a requested visual is not available in our library, we will make a request to the full Fellowship, who may have an ideal image or video clip in their personal archives.
iLCP's lead curator is available to help you select custom-tailored visual galleries to meet your criteria and define your project.
Photo Credits from top of page: Sergio Pitamitz, Steve Winter, Clay Bolt, Peter Mather, Staffan Widstrand, Sirachai Arunrugstichai, Staffan Widstrand, Alison M. Jones, Beverly Joubert