Born in Göteborg, Sweden, Ann Inger Johansson is an award-winning documentary photographer with a current focus on the causes and effects of climate change globally. Ann’s ultimate goal is to make all aspects of climate change more relatable on a personal level. Scientific data informs what topics and locations she seeks out to photograph.
Ann has 20 years of experience working for foundations, editorial, corporate and not-for-profit clients.
Ann was commissioned to travel to six countries and 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 is featured throughout “The Journey” exhibition.
Ann's work has been shown at notable institutions such as the Annenberg Space for Photography and the Houston Center for Photography. Her photographs have been acquired by private collectors and are a part of The Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego, permanent collection.
Ann speaks about her work at events, leads workshops, does portfolio reviews and has served as a judge in different photography competitions.
Ann Inger Johansson is based in Los Angeles.