Ann Inger Johansson is a documentary photographer committed to a long-term project “Climate Change Connected” that visually connects climate change causes, effects, impacts and solutions globally. Scientific data informs what topics and locations she seeks out to photograph. Ann’s ultimate goal is to make climate change more relatable at a personal level.
Ann has 20 years of experience working with publications such as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Guardian, Le Monde, Der Spiegel among many others.
Ann was commissioned to travel to six countries to document people living in different climate zones for Klimahaus, a 200,000 sq. Ft. educational space about climates and climate change in Bremerhaven, Germany. Her work can be seen throughout “The Journey” exhibition.
Ann is the winner of the 2019 Climate Outreach Climate Visuals Award and she is a finalist for the 2020 BarTur Photo Award for Climate Change related work. “Climate Change Connected” was featured at the 2020 Rotterdam Photo Festival and is scheduled to be included in upcoming exhibitions in Paris, Berlin, Copenhagen and New York. Her photographs are part of The Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego, permanent collection.
Ann who was born in Gothenburg, Sweden, lives in Los Angeles, U.S.A. When at home, Ann is learning to love her own vegetarian cooking.