Justin Mott is an independent photojournalist, commercial photographer, and documentary filmmaker based in Vietnam and is available for covering assignments worldwide.
Mott has shot over 100 assignments for the New York Times while a retrospective of his work photographed in Vietnam has been featured on the BBC. Additional major editorial clients include National Geographic, Smithsonian, The Washington Post, Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, TIME, Greenpeace, and The Guardian among many others.
Mott is also familiar to TV viewers for his 5-year stint as host and resident judge of History Channel’s hit photography reality series Photo Face-Off.
Mott is an avid animal welfare advocate and in 2018 pivoted the focus of his work to wildlife photojournalism and conservation photography. He is currently working on his long-term global personal project titled Kindred Guardians.
The project focuses on documenting people around the world who dedicate their lives to animal conservation and welfare and has been featured in National Geographic, The Washington Post, Paris Match, Smithsonian, Greenpeace, and Leica’s global website.