- 24 min
Karen Kasmauski is a photographer whose work often in “National Geographic”. Since 1984, Kasmauski has photographed 25 major stories for the magazine. Most of Karen’s projects are self-generated stories like Human Migration, Viruses, Aging and the War on Disease. Her work examines issues of science, public health and global change. She is prominently featured in the award-winning book “National Geographic Women Photographers.
Karen’s book, “Impact: From the Frontlines of Global Health,” was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize. She has received numerous awards in the annual White House News Photographers and Pictures of the Year competitions.