Esha Chiocchio is drawn to the human spirit and the diversity of world cultures and is passionate about environmental conservation and the preservation of traditional wisdom. She has photographed around the globe for publications, non-profit organizations and commercial clients including National Geographic, Newsweek and Bonefish Grill. In 2013, she earned a Master’s Degree in Sustainable Communities and has since taught kids and adults about climate science and sustainability, written the Forest and Water Climate Adaptation Plan for the City of Santa Fe and served on the mayor appointed Sustainable Santa Fe Commission. She is now bridging her passions and using photography to highlight climate change solutions. Esha coordinates and leads SFWA’s “NM Climate Masters” course.
Esha hikes, bikes, skis and plays in Santa Fe, New Mexico with her husband, photographer Jamey Stillings, and their two children, Zubin and Ciela.