Eva-Lotta Jansson is a photojournalist based in Johannesburg, South Africa. She has authored a number of personal photo-documentary essays concerned with post-Apartheid South Africa, including An Acid River Runs Through It, and Women Miners in South Africa. Eva-Lotta does assignment work for news and humanitarian organizations, working both as a photographer and videographer, travelling to surrounding Africa. The photographer’s work has often centred around water resources as well as the adverse effects of climate change on various communities and their environments. And now, she is also looking at wildlife and conservation - and elephants! Eva-Lotta studied journalism at the Missouri-Columbia School of Journalism and photojournalism at the London College of Printing. She is Swedish and a permanent resident of South Africa.