Ingo Arndt was born in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. From early childhood, he spent every single minute of his spare time outdoors in nature. Soon he realized that photography was a useful tool in environmental protection, so, after finishing school in 1992, Ingo plunged into the adventurous life of a professional photographer. Since then, he has travelled around the globe for extended periods as a freelance wildlife photographer, photographing reports in which he portrays animals and their habitats. With his images, Ingo Arndt wants to stimulate and increase the awareness of his viewing audience and show them the magnificence of nature.
Ingo’s photographs are mainly published in international magazines including National Geographic, GEO, Stern and BBC Wildlife.
For his photography Ingo has received numerous awards. Several of his images were winners at the „Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition“ and the „GDT European Wildlife Photographer of the Year“. 2005 and 2019 he received a World Press Photo Award. In 2006 Ingo was awarded with the „German Award for Science Photography“. 2008 and 2012 he won the „GDT Fritz Poelking Award“. In 2014 Ingo received the Correll Book Award from the University of Main and in 2016 he was awarded the title “King of Photography” at the Power of the Image Exhibition in Datong, China.
Ingo’s main projects are frequently presented in the form of an exhibition in museums and other appropriate places.
So far Ingo has published 18 books. Take a look here.
More information on Ingo’s work here.