Tamara Blazquez Haik is a Mexican conservation photographer, environmental educator and animal rights’ activist. She studied at the Escuela Activa de Fotografía and Club Fotográfico de México, and her work has been published on several occasions. She was a Top 10 finalist in the 2020 World Photographic Cup and won first place in the 2019 Master Class Photographers Awards, both in the nature category. In 2016 and 2019, she was ranked among the best photographers at the URBAN Photo Awards. She was also a speaker at TEDxPolanco 2017 in Mexico City, where she shared her vision about the importance of nature photography for conservation and sustainable ecotourism. Blazquez Haik is currently working on raising awareness about wildlife and nature conservation in Mexico City through the educational/photographic project Fauna de la Ciudad de México (Mexico City’s Wildlife).