Czech journalist and photographer. She obtained a master's degree at the University of Hradec Králové, immediately after that she started working as a journalist, from 2004 to 2018 she was the editor-in-chief of the magazine about traveling Lidé a Země. Since 2018 she has been working as a freelance reporter and photographer focused on war zones. She has worked in a number of African countries, including conflict zones of Democratic Republic of Congo. She visited Afghanistan several times, as well as Somalia, plagued by several decades of war. Since 2014, she has focused on the issue of war with the ISIS in Iraq and Syria. She is the co-author of several documentaries (Tears of the Congo, Latim - Circumcised, Iraqi, Women in the Land of Taliban, Unbroken) and a number of television reports. She has won a number of prizes and nominations in the Czech Press Photo competition - both for photography and video. In 2020 she was included in the prestigious Women Photograph database, she was shorlisted in International Women In Photo Association Award. She won Solo exhibition (All About Photo) for November 2021 with her work from Nagorno-Karabakh.
She is the co-author of nine books about Africa, about war in the Middle East and Nagorno Karabakh. Her work from Syria resulted in two books entitled In Sight of the Islamic State I and In Sight of the Islamic State II, which were coauthored by Markéta Kutilová.
Together with Kutilová she also wrote other books on the issues of war in Syria and Iraq: In the War (2018) and War is My Fate (2020). In 2019, a book called AK47 was published, which depicts dramatic life of the world-famous Czech war photographer Antonin Kratochvil. Klicperová wrote the text of the book, which she processed from Kratochvil's narration. In September 2020, war broke out in Nagorno-Karabakh. Lenka Klicperová and Markéta Kutilová quickly moved to the center of events. The war in the Caucasus was captured by both reporters in many reports, but also in the book The Last One Sets the Village on Fire (2021).
Klicperová cooperates with a number of the Czech media. She also lectures at the University of Hradec Králové.