2008-12-31

Mattias at NIKKOR.COM

Please check out Mattias at nikkor.com and read about his work with Nikon.


2008-12-05

Mattias on ABC News

Mattias talks about Borneo's disappearing forests, at ABC News.


2008-11-25

Exhibit and lectures in Spain

Mattias recently delivered two lectures for Swedbank and opened a FineArt exhibit in Marbella, Spain.


2008-11-24

Borneo article in Der Spiegel

Read Mattias article in Der Spiegel (in german).


2008-11-24

Mattias on CNN

Mattias talks about the destruction of the tropical rainforest on Borneo, at CNN's Anderson Cooper 360°.


2008-11-24

Borneo story in National Geographic Magazine

New major article on the environmental issues on Borneo in the November issue of National Geographic Magazine.
For more than 20 years Mattias has followed the change on the island.


2008-11-05

Borneo's Moment of Truth video

Photographer Mattias Klum takes you to Borneo's rainforest, and describes how we're in danger of consuming it to death.
Watch the video at National Geographic.


2008-10-14

Borneo: Paradise Under Siege

Mattias has a special passion for Borneo, where he has spent 20 years producing magazine articles, books and films. For an upcoming National Geographic story, Klum returned to Borneo to document the rampant destruction... He will also share heartwarming stories of care as volunteers work tirelessly to rescue and rehabilitate orangutans orphaned and stranded in the wake of logging. Don't miss this powerful and disturbing vision of what might be the Borneo rain forest's last stand. Monday, November 17, 2008 at 7:30 p.m in Washington D.C. Tuesday, November 18, 2008 at 7:30 p.m in Chicago.


2008-08-28

Mattias at Chautauqua Institution

Mattias took the stage on August 22, 2008, at the venerable Chautauqua Institution in upstate New York, where legends such as Martin Luther King Jr., John F. Kennedy, Al Gore, Jane Goodall, and E.O. Wilson have also lectured. More than 4,500 people were in attendance for the final lecture of the 2008 season, as Klum echoed the theme of the week, "Darwin & Linnaeus: Their impact on our view of the natural world" with his signature presentation "In the Footsteps of Darwin and Linnaeus," chronicling his recent work producing a documentary film celebrating the 300th anniversary of the birth of Swedish Botanist, Linnaeus, and tracing the expedition route Darwin took in the Beagle, as he explored the world and formulated his Theory of Evolution. With thoughtful words, powerful images and a strong call to action Klum compelled the crowd to honor our natural history legacy and to step forward and participate in the stewardship of our planet for generations to come. - National Geographic Society


2008-07-14

Galapagos for the National Geographic

Mattias and his photo assistant Lars-Magnus Ejdeholm recently got back from Galapagos. During this assignment they chartered the vessel Queen Mabel to be able to explore some of the amazing diversity, both on some of the islands as well as under water.


2008-06-13

Mattias Klum Summer Talker

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Mattias is going to be one of Swedish Public Radio's "Summer Talkers" this summer. Prestigious Swedish radio program broadcasted every day during June-August.
Every year 57 summer hosts are chosen and they each have an hour and a half of broadcasting time at their disposal to talk and play music. Mattias did this once before, eleven years ago, in 1997. Now it is time again! Listen to Radio of Sweden, P1, July 17th at 1PM. Please note that this radio show is only held in Swedish. Read more (in Swedish).


2008-04-22

Mattias Klum receives grant

Mattias Klum has been awarded 2008 years Torgny Segerstedt grant. The grant is given out every year to a person who has done meaningful and lasting contributions to music, literature, art or theatre. Previously recipients of the grant are Elsie Johansson, Sven Delblanc and Carina Burman among others.


2008-04-14

Nikon D3 Behind the Scenes clip

Last year Mattias was singled out as one of three photographers in the world to test the new professional Nikon D3 camera. Watch when Mattias tested the camera on Iceland.


2008-03-26

Honoured as Guest Lecturer at Uppsala University

The University of Uppsala recently honoured Mattias Klum with an engagement as Guest Lecturer. Part-time Mattias shall use his photographic and filmic experience to provide a visualization of relevant issues concerning biodiversity and sustainable development. Please read more at Uppsala University (in swedish).


2008-03-17

Mattias Klum supports campaign for FSC Sweden

The organization FSC Sweden launches a grand information campaign to create awareness about paper and wooden furniture production. Mattias Klum figures in the campaign to show his support. The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) promote environmentally appropriate, socially beneficial, and economically viable management of the world's forests. “I am proud to be able to contribute to the important matters of FSC. When consumers and companies choose products that are FSC-certified they help contribute to sustainable growth. FSC also cares about preserving unique biodiversity and take an active interest in helping people in getting paid for their work in the forests” says Mattias Klum. Read more about FSC and the campaign on FSC Sweden.


2008-03-11

The Forum of Young Global Leaders

Mattias is nominated as a Young Global Leader 2008. This honour is bestowed by the World Economic Forum each year to recognize the 200-300 most distinguished young leaders below the age of 40 from around the world. Read more at The Forum of Young Global Leaders.


2008-01-23

TerraMagna Foundation

Mattias Klum starts fundraising body, Terra Magna Foundation. The foundation has as its aim to create possibilities for people who are considered to have an exceptional talent to tell stories within the fields of photography, writing, teaching, popular science, film, dance, theatre and music. Please visit TerraMagna Foundation.


2008-01-08

Two New Assignments for National Geographic

During the spring Mattias and his longtime photo assistant Lars-Magnus Ejdeholm will go on new assignments for National Geographic Magazine in South East Asia and South America.


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