• Joshua Holko Bio Photograph
  • Joshua Holko Bio Photograph
  • Joshua Holko Bio Photograph
  • Joshua Holko Bio Photograph
  • Joshua Holko Bio Photograph


Born in Melbourne, Australia, I am a full-time professional Nature and Wildlife photographer. A passionate photographer, teacher, and adventurer I run workshops and expeditions for other photographers and travelers to some of the world's wildest and remotest regions.

Specializing in the Polar and sub-Polar regions of the globe, my work celebrates the extreme latitudes of the Polar environment. As an ambassador for the Polar Regions, I gave up the corporate world to pursue my true passion for photography. You are welcome to join me on a photographic trip of a lifetime to some of the most magical destinations on this planet.

Joshua Holko


Joshua Holko is a visionary photographer and dedicated explorer who has made a profound impact in the realm of wildlife and landscape photography. Born with an innate curiosity and a deep appreciation for the natural world, Holko's passion for photography began at an early age and has since evolved into a lifelong pursuit of capturing the raw beauty of our planet.

With an adventurous spirit and an unwavering commitment to his craft, Joshua has travelled to some of Earth's most remote and inhospitable regions. From the polar regions of Antarctica and the Arctic to the vast plains of Africa, he has ventured into the farthest reaches of our globe, enduring extreme weather conditions and challenging environments to document the rare and extraordinary.

Holko's photographs are not just snapshots of Nature; they are visual stories that encapsulate the essence of the wild. His ability to capture intimate moments with wildlife and evoke a sense of connection and empathy in viewers is a testament to his mastery of his art form. Through his lens, he reveals the fragility and resilience of the natural world, inspiring others to appreciate and protect the delicate ecosystems surrounding us.

Beyond his remarkable photographic achievements, Joshua Holko is also a renowned educator and mentor. Recognizing the power of storytelling and the importance of conservation, he uses his platform to raise awareness about environmental issues and advocate for the preservation of our planet. Through workshops, lectures, and writing, Holko shares his wealth of knowledge and experience, empowering aspiring photographers to hone their skills and create meaningful visual narratives.

With numerous accolades to his name, including prestigious international photography awards and exhibitions, Joshua Holko continues pushing his craft's boundaries. He embraces the challenges that Nature presents and embraces them as opportunities for growth, always seeking new ways to capture the sublime and push the boundaries of his artistic expression.

In a world where the connection between humanity and the natural world is increasingly vital, Joshua Holko's work is a powerful reminder of the beauty surrounding us and the urgent need to protect it. Through his art and advocacy, he has become a beacon of inspiration, reminding us of the Earth's diverse ecosystems' inherent value and profound importance.

In Australia, Joshua is officially represented by Philip Kulpa and the Source Photographica Gallery. International representation includes the Aspen Gallery in Aspen, USA. His work has also been exhibited at international shows and expos across the USA and Europe, including Photokina in Germany and PhotoPlus in New York.

Joshua's photography has also been exhibited at Montsalvat Art Gallery, purchased by City Councils and private collectors worldwide. His photography has won Gold with Distinction and Silver with Distinction awards at the prestigious Australian Professional Photography Awards (APPA) and other internationally acclaimed awards, such as the World Extreme Environment People's Choice Award. His work has also been published in numerous magazines and journals, including B&W + Color, National Geographic, Canadian Geographic, F11 Magazine, The Australian Photography, and Gallery Compendium, Wild, Australian Photography, Better Photography, Better Pictures, Wildlife Photographic, and the Silvershotz Journal.