Pete Muller

Pete Muller

Photographer, National Geographic Explorer

Pete Muller is an American photographer, researcher, and National Geographic Explorer based in East Africa and the United States. His ongoing project, A Tale of Two Wolves: A Study of Men and Behavior, examines the interplay between notions of masculinity, male experience, and violence. He has worked in South Sudan, Democratic Republic of Congo, Somalia, the Palestinian Territories, Afghanistan, Sierra Leone, and elsewhere.

He is a contributing photographer to National Geographic magazine, TIME magazine, and the Washington Post, and has received awards from World Press Photo, TIME Magazine, Magnum Photos, Pictures of the Year International, and others. He is currently a National Geographic Storytelling Fellow and the Cyrus Vance Visiting Professor of International Relations at Mount Holyoke College in Massachusetts.



Sessions with this Speaker

Lightning Talk: Pete Muller, National Geographic

  • Climate Crisis
Photographer, researcher and National Geographic Explorer Pete Muller aims to reframe and communicate critical social issues using new lenses of consideration. His session will highlight his project that focused on the concept of solastalgia, a sense of emotional or psychic distress prompted by negative changes in one’s home environment.

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Pete Muller Photographer, National Geographic Explorer