Pedro Jarque Krebs is a photographer who was born in Lima, Peru, and specializes in animal portraits. He graduated from the Sorbonne University in Paris with a degree in Philosophy of Science, and took courses in Art History and Archeology. In 1984, he won the Municipality of Lima award for black and white photography. Since that time, Pedro Jarque has received more than 110 prizes and recognitions, 31 gold medals, 10 silver medals, and 6 bronze medals, in addition to many honorable mentions, and has been a finalist of the most important international photography competitions. Among these are the Sony World Photography Awards, whose Peru National Award he won two years in a row, in 2018 and 2019; the 2018 Bird Photographer of the Year competition (United Kingdom), where he was the overall winner; Montier Festival Photo (France) in 2018, Oasis Photo Contest (Italy) in 2017; the Sente-Antu Cup (China) in 2018, and the Trierenberg Super Circuit (Austria) in 2018. He was a finalist four years in a row of the Smithsonian Annual Photo Contest (United States). In October 2016, he was named photographer of the month by National Geographic, France. He has taken part in a large number of collective and individual exhibitions around the world.