Women of Vision National Geographic Photographers on Assignment
Beverly Joubert

Beverly Joubert

"In a still photograph, you have to be able to tell the whole story and hope that the emotion and information is portrayed in that one image."

Beverly Joubert is a National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence, filmmaker, photographer and co-founder of the Big Cats Initiative. Together with her husband, Dereck, she has been documenting the plight of African wildlife for more than 30 years. Her images have appeared in more than 100 magazines worldwide (including NGM), and the Jouberts have co-authored several books and scientific papers. They have produced more than 25 television documentaries, and their 2011 feature film “The Last Lions” reached more than 350 million people worldwide. Their films have garnered seven Emmys, a Peabody, Panda Awards and the World Ecology Award. The Jouberts were inducted into the American Academy of Achievement, and for their conservation work in Botswana they received the Presidential Order of Merit.

Photos by Beverly Joubert

View all Women of Vision PhotographersView all
Women of Vision
Photographers