In recognition of their support, the Society has designated them to be our “Photographic Ambassadors”. Details and links to their websites can be found here.
Jules is an award-winning wildlife photographer and specialises in photographing roe deer. He is included in several image libraries including the RSPB and the Natural History Museum. His commercial clients include Sony and Swarovski Optik.
His work has been recognised by the prestigious British Wildlife Photography Awards (BWPA) on a number of occasions. In 2012 he won the British Seasons category with a portfolio of Mountain hare images.
“One of the UK’s most talented wildlife photographers”
Practical Photography Magazine
Neil’s work is widely published in a range of national media such as the BBC Wildlife magazine, national newspapers and over 25 books. Featuring amongst his clients are organisations such as Scottish Natural Heritage, the Cairngorms National Park Authority and the John Muir Trust.
Over the years Neil has won awards in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition, including the Eric Hoskings Award in two consecutive years plus been a category runner up and had several images highly commended. In the British Wildlife Photography Awards he won the portraits category with an image of a red stag.
He has published an illustrated book “The Red Squirrel – A Future in the Forest”.
George trained and worked in the Public Relations, documentary and reportage fields. On retirement his photographic interest took a new path into Wildlife, predominantly Deer, infinitely more challenging than photographing people. Along the way he has won numerous photographic competitions, including the prestigious British Deer Society Photographer of the Year members prize. His images have been published in magazines and featured on the front cover of the ‘Deer’ journal, as well as being exhibited at country shows and fairs. George also conducts presentations, training and guided photographic workshops.
His contemporary approach to photography led Amateur Photographer to describe him as “one of the most dynamic wildlife photographers working today”. He is renowned for his ability to connect with his subjects, revealing through his images their often-hidden personalities. A committed advocate of wildlife conservation, Chris was listed in Outdoor Photography as “one of the world’s 40 most influential wildlife photographers”.
His commercial clients include the BBC, ITV, The Times, The Sunday Times, Daily Telegraph, Independent and Guardian newspapers, and National Geographic. He is currently represented by The Marylebone Gallery in London.