Doug Klostermann is a travel, culture, and humanitarian photographer dedicated to documenting the work of international aid organizations. He is based in Cambridge, MA, and is also available as a photographer of local people, places and events and as a digital photography instructor. Doug’s photo portfolio can be viewed at www.dojoklo.com.
He has photographed and contributed images to numerous NGOs, non-profits, and volunteer organizations who have used his photography for documentation, publications, outreach, and fundraising. He was recently recognized by the United Nations Development Programme – International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth for his humanitarian photography in Peru. Organizations and clients he has worked with include:
Aldea Yanapay – Cusco, Peru
Fairplay – Cusco, Peru
Manos Unidas – Cusco, Peru
Ventanas Abiertas(Open Windows) – San Miguel Dueñas, Guatemala
West Side YMCA – New York
ArtsWestchester – New York
Get Your Guts in Gear – New York
Soy Andina – Documentary Film, marketing and publicity
One for the Books – New Jersey
Ayni – Piura, Peru
Living in Peru Online Magazine – LivinginPeru.com
Acción Ambiental – Portugal/ Cusco, Peru
GAP Adventures – New York City Store
PromPeru – Peru Tourism Commission
Photoshare – Assisting non-profits through photography
Cambridge Local First – Independent Business Association, Cambridge, MA
City of Cambridge, Massachusetts
Humane Society of the U.S. / All Animals Magazine
Doug has done extensive volunteer work in Peru with organizations dedicated to improving the lives and futures of disadvantaged children, and has worked with immigrants in the U.S. pursuing naturalization.
His photos have been published in magazines including Conde Nast Traveler, Sherman’s Travel, and South American Explorer, and his travel writing and photos can be seen in online magazines including Photoburst, inTravel, Living in Peru, Adventure Life, Traveling Stories, Travelmag, and Viva Travel Guides. His images were selected for the A Day in the Life – Brooklyn exhibit, have been displayed at The Times Center at the New York Times, Brooklyn Borough Hall, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the gallery at G.A.P. Adventures, and are in the permanent collection of the Brooklyn Historical Society. Doug is also a contributor to Photoshare, an organization which helps international non-profit organizations communicate health and development issues through photography. Doug holds a degree in Architecture from the University of Notre Dame, where he also pursued studies in photography, art, and art history.
Learn more about me in my interview on 10Q – Interviews with Humanitarian Photographers.
To learn more, discuss an assignment, license photos, purchase prints, or join the mailing list, please contact Doug at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please view his photos at www.dojoklo.com.
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