From an early age, Ross has had a passion for the outdoors. His parents introduced him to photography when he was aged 10 and Ross immediately began photographing the wildlife and scenery near their home in north Cornwall. In 1990, he won ‘BBC Countryfile’s’ junior flora and fauna category in their annual photo competition.
Mark Bauer is rapidly establishing a reputation as one of the UK’s leading landscape photographers. Having first become interested in photography while living abroad in the early 1990’s, he is now renowned for his evocative images of his home county of Dorset, and other locations throughout the south west of England.
Andy is a feature contributor to National Geographic magazine and is a multi-award winning wildlife photographer. His images have been awarded twice in Wildlife Photographer of the Year, twice in the European Wildlife Photographer of the Year and 20 of his images have been awarded in the British Wildlife Photography Awards including 2 category wins.
Adam Burton is one of the UK’s leading landscape photographers and author of four books. Since 2008 he has been working as a full time professional landscape photographer, regularly supplying imagery and undertaking commissions for a wide range of business clients.
Fran is passionate about documenting the world around us – Growing up on the edge of the countryside meant that, from an early age, Fran was inspired to record what she saw. What began with detailed drawings of flowers and trees evolved when her photographic interest was kindled by her grandfather in her teenage years.
Based in Abruzzi (Italy), Bruno D’Amicis is an award-winner, professional wildlife photojournalist, specialized in mountain ecosystems and wilderness conservation issues. Bruno is also M. Sc. cum laude in Biology with experience and academic background in animal ecology, conservation biology and environmental education.
Simon Stafford first became interested in photography while a university student. Completely self-taught, his photographic career began when he talked his way into a job as the photographer for his university’s weekly newspaper and has been shooting pictures ever since.
Ben Hall is one of Britain’s foremost wildlife photographers. His personal approach to nature photography lies in the creative art of ‘seeing’.His aim is to use his pictures to communicate his personal vision, to generate an emotional response and to excite the viewer’s aesthetic sensitivity.