Professional wildlife photojournalist and Expedition leader Inger Vandyke joined Wild Images from Australia where she held an established career publishing images and stories in over 30 publications worldwide.
She is a freelance contributor to Australian, Asian and Ocean Geographic journals and is also a Charter Member of Ocean Geographic. Inger is a long standing board member of the Southern Ocean Seabirds Study Association (SOSSA), the longest continual study of the Wandering Albatross at sea in the world. She is also a member of the Australian National Antarctic Research Expeditions (ANARE) Club and a team member of Beyond The Smile, a women’s literacy program based in the Solukhumbu Region of Nepal.
During the course of her career, Inger has been involved in numerous conservation programs including sea turtle research, hammerhead shark expeditions and the preservation of Critically Endangered species such as the Orange-bellied Parrot and Brush-tailed Rock Wallaby.
She has led numerous photographic tours ranging from day trips to explore the limits of timed exposure photography and extended journeys that focus strictly on wildlife photography.
An experienced expedition leader, in 2013 Inger was honored as an International Member of the Explorer's Club for her work in documenting the vanishing cultures of Tibet.
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