Giving a compelling talk on his love of wildlife photography, multi-award winning Andy Rouse is known the world over. A charismatic figure, he’s famed for his ability to capture some of the planet’s most fascinating birds and animals up close and personal, and will do whatever it takes to tell the story and highlight the beauty of the natural world.
Devoting large chunks of time to conservation photography that portrays entire ecosystems, Florian Schulz captures inspiring images of the natural world. Most recently working on the companion book to the Warner Bros IMAX film To The Arctic, Schulz has created a stunning collection of pictures revealing an arctic environment few have ever seen.
Best known for his work on the BBC series Human Planet, Timothy Allen travelled the world for two years shooting the stills to accompany the programme. Visiting such remote locations as 40m beneath the South China Seas to 6,000m up the Himalayas, he’s also covered the intriguing subculture of the World Taxidermy Championships in Illinois, USA.
Pete Bridgwood With the aim of dynamising (his word, not mine) the English landscape, Pete Bridgwood has made a point of always including movement and motion in his stunning landscape photography. Taking photographs since 1978, for Bridgwood the joy of creative landscape photography lies in capturing the soul or spirit of the location and communicating it.
If ever there was a dream job for a bike enthusiast, Seb Rogers may just well have it. Working for such magazines as MBUK and What Mountain Bike, as well as commercial clients such as Cannondale, Ridgeback and Apple, Rogers has been in the saddle for over 15 years, wracking up over 150 magazine covers in the process.
Having worked for the who’s who of the adventure sports and travel lifestyle world, Pete Webb has worked his way up to become one of Europe’s leading sports photographers. With his roots in surfing and mountain sports, Webb’s pictures are distinct thanks to his keen eye for a cool portrait and his ability to tell a story through imagery.
An intrepid wildlife and travel photographer, Sue Flood has been working for over 16 years in the Polar Regions, and her images have appeared in the BBC’s Frozen Planet series. The back end of 2012 saw her travel to Papua New Guinea, New Zealand and the sub Antarctic with Orion Expeditions, and plans for 2013 include a 10-week trip to the Amazon and a return trip to Svalbard to photograph polar bears and other spectacular Arctic wildlife.