Jennifer Leigh Warner

Jennifer Leigh Warner is an award-winning wildlife, landscape, and conservation photographer living in Central Texas and specializing in creating meaningful images that conveys a message of hope for the natural world.

Jennifer was elected to the North America Nature Photography Association Board of Directors in 2023 and has been serving as the Chair of the Ethics Committee since 2018. She is also a certified Texas Master Naturalist, an Ambassador for Nature First and a mentor for the non-profit Girls Who Click, which encourages young girls to consider a career in conservation photography.

Jennifer is a Nikon Professional and her fine art images have been on display in art festivals, galleries and museums throughout the United States. Her images have also appeared in the Namibia Expo 2020 Dubai and at the Climate Change Summit in Morocco in 2016.

Jennifer’s images and writing have been published in Outdoor California Magazine, Gizmodo, the NANPA Expressions Magazine, Outdoor Photographer Magazine, WIRED, The New Yorker, National Geographic Online and Wild Planet Photo Magazine among others.

Jennifer is deeply passionate about sharing the natural world with others and thoroughly enjoys teaching photographers how to create images that they can be proud to hang on their wall.

You can learn more about Jennifer and the conservation work that she does by visiting her website at