This is Mattias Klum

Artist, NatGeo Explorer, photographer and filmmaker. Professional speaker. Environmentalist.

Mattias Klum was born in Uppsala, Sweden in 1968. He has worked fulltime as a photographer since 1986, and as a cinematographer and director on numerous film and television projects since 1994. Mattias Klum is internationally recognized for describing and portraying animals, plants, and natural and cultural settings in the form of articles, books, films, lectures and exhibitions.

His artistic photographic language has rendered him success not only in the world of documentaries but also in the art scene. Mattias Klum has undertaken numerous major projects and expeditions to Malaysia, India, Indonesia, Nigeria, Brazil, Costa Rica, Guyana, Thailand, Mozambique, South Africa, China, Iceland, Ecuador, Botswana, Panama, Mongolia, Kamerun, Tanzania, Peru, Rwanda, Zimbabwe, Congo DRC, Fiji, Hawaii and Antarctica, among other locations.

Mattias Klum in N-Photo Magazine

In the December edition of N Photo, readers are invited into the captivating world of Mattias Klum where he shares his journey from his early days behind the lens to his current projects focusing on conservation and the loss of biodiversity. 

Mattias Klum Featured in Vogue Scandinavia

Mattias Klum is featured in Vogue Scandinavia, alongside environmental pioneers Gunhild Stordalen and Dr. Johan Rockström. Together, they address the dire impacts of current food production and consumption patterns on the climate crisis, global health, destabilized ecosystems, and the loss of biodiversity.