Alec Jacobson has worked around the world, recently in Uganda as a National Geographic Young Explorer, and including projects for global health groups on three continents and as the Executive Director of the nonprofit San Juan Independent at home in Telluride, CO. Drawing on his studies in Anthropology at Amherst College, he prefers to be the only photographer within a few hundred miles, pushing him away from front lines to stories on which he can work more deeply.
He is prepared to travel at a moment's notice and eager to build on his base of seven languages (French, Spanish, Arabic, English, Luganda, Latin and Ancient Greek).
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Clients include National Geographic, Slate, Roads and Kingdoms, The New York Times, The Burlington Free Press, The Community New Group, Vermont Medicine Magazine, Amherst Magazine, Telluride Style, Adventure Magazine, Shelter Magazine, Danbury Hospital, Educate! and the University of Vermont.