The Speakers bio - Convention Schedule January 2019
Craig is a professional wildlife photographer, an experienced expedition and workshop leader, who runs his own photo tours and expeditions to many places throughout the UK and further afield around the world.
Twice Finalist in the Veolia Environment Wildlife Photographer of the year, finalist in the GDT European Wildlife photographer of the year.
Craig is an Ex-British Soldier, expert in fieldcraft and tracking skills, who has always found peace within nature. Bringing all those skills together to produce images by placing a frame around something he’s seen to show others the beauty of the natural world.
Each photograph represents an event that occurred in the wild something that he witnessed and recorded with his camera. His skill lies in interpreting and presenting this in a way that invokes beauty, mood and emotion with each moment captured.
He is committed to capturing ‘the story’ that an image portraits and want to express and use this ability to educate others of the importance of conservation and our wildlife around us.
Most importantly he is committed to helping wildlife and conservation and is driven to document this through the medium of photography. Craig’s ethos is to help others see the beauty of nature in all its glory and in turn educate the importance of conservation.
Craig’s images are widely published throughout the world having graced the covers and pages of numerous premier publications. Craig’s images support a number of wonderful charity’s reflecting his personal commitment to protecting these special animals and their environments in which he works.
Seminars presented by Craig:
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Convention testimonials This year's Convention will have a very positive impact on my business and I just know that I will be ready for more next year. I'm on a journey to a very nice place, it will take a while to get there and the hills are very steep. Get there I will and your input will have played a big part in the successes that lie ahead. Graham Martin