Katherine Jack is a British photographer living and working on the islands of Palawan, Philippines. Her images explore interconnections between human and ocean life and communicate the need to protect the marine world. Her work has been published by Corriere Della Serra, Geographical, LIFO, The New York Times, and The Telegraph.
Katherine has worked with a range of marine conservation organizations. She currently collaborates with scientists at the University of the Philippines Marine Science Institute and The Coral Reef Lab at Southampton University (UK) to document and communicate how climate change is affecting corals in Palawan. In 2019, she founded Palawan Seas Watch, an online network connecting people involved in marine conservation.
Katherine is a member of the Emerging League of the International League of Conservation Photographers, and her long-term photographic project, Palawan Seas, is supported through the Blue Earth Alliance.