Stuart Klipper is an American Photographer. Klipper has made six journeys to Antarctica to take photographs. He has also worked in Greenland, Iceland, Scalbard, Alaska, and the area of Lapland irradiated by the Chernobyl disaster. Klipper became one of approximately 400 people to have stood at both the South Pole and the North Pole on July 15, 2009, when he visited the North Pole. Other major forays have taken Klipper across the deserts of Israel and Sinai as well as the tropical rain forests of Costa Rica. Klipper’s work has also taken him to Northern Australia, Patagonia, Tierra del Fuego, Sri Lanka, and Pakistan. He has logged thousands of miles traveling at sea while photographing on all of the Earth’s oceans and seas. Klipper’s photographs have been exhibited in and collected by major museums from both the United States and overseas. These include New York City’s Museum of Modern Art, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, The Art Institute of Chicago, The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, the Walker Art Center, The Israel Museum, The Victoria and Albert Museum, the Bonn Kunsthalle, and the Moderna Museet in Stockholm, Sweden. Klipper lived in Stockholm, Sweden, but then moved to his current residence in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 1970.