Hi, I'm Annalise.
Annalise Kaylor is a wildlife photographer and conservation photojournalist whose work has taken her on assignments to 39 countries around the world (and counting!).
With an emphasis on documentary photography, Annalise’s photo and video work has been seen in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Audubon Magazine, and the Associated Press, as well as PBS, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, Great Big Story, and the Discovery Channel. She also partners with NGOs and Non-profits, including The Nature Conservancy, charity:water, and Habitat for Humanity International.
Annalise’s work has been exhibited in galleries throughout North America, South America, and her photographs are part of the permanent collections of the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library, the World Health Organization, and the United Nations. Her photography is part of the year-long Planet Ocean exhibit at Gasometer Oberhausen in Germany.
Annalise is the co-creator of the PhotoWILD podcast, which braids together the art and science of wildlife photography, and a writer for the publication of the same name. When not hunkered down in her floating blind, leading photography workshops, or working behind the lens, Annalise can be found birdwatching, hiking with her dog Susan, kayaking, and playing strategy board games (Wingspan, anyone?).
In My Bag
I am a Sony Professional using the Sony a1 and 400mm f/2.8 GM lens as my primary camera setup for still photography and FX6 for video work. You can read more in-depth over on the Sony Alpha website feature about me, my work, and my Sony kit.
Memberships and Affiliations
- North American Nature Photographers Association
- National Press Photographers Associatio
- Audubon Master Birder
- Birds Georgia Volunteer