Behind the Camera

Tate Drucker is a Mozambique based photojournalist, covering issues of humans and wildlife across the globe.

Originally from New York, USA, Tate's travels and work as a photographer, writer, and guide has brought her to over 70 countries around the world. Past and current clients include The Nature Conservancy, Ethiopian Airlines, South African National Parks, BBC Travel and more.

Tate received her B.A. in Photojournalism from San Francisco State University before moving abroad to East Africa. Although a prolific news and travel photographer and writer, Tate also worked extensively in the travel industry. She has seven years of experience designing and leading photography workshops in places such as the Arctic, Peru, Finland, Morocco, Italy, Botswana, Mozambique, Namibia and Zambia. 

Tate is available for assignments with NGOs, travel agencies and bureaus, news outlets, brands, and editorials.

In the Press

The Project for Women
A Conversation with Tate Drucker

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Communication Arts
Fresh Desk with Tate Drucker