In detail, Richard is best known for a style that often favours dramatic light and has received numerous accolades for his work, including being named the European Wildlife Photographer of the Year, alongside winning several awards in the prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
He regularly writes articles for the UK's photographic press and exhibits his work, including in collaboration with the WWF UK. Additionally he donates images to conservation organisations, which have included the Born Free Foundation and the Jane Goodall Institute
But let's get to what really matters. You! Because whilst he's handy with a camera, Richard is also a very sociable, engaging person, and gets on well with just about everyone and loves to teach photographers new things. These attributes make his talks and workshops particularly welcoming to all who attend, and his communication with private and commercial clients fast and friendly.
As a confident speaker, Richard hosts talks at venues ranging from camera clubs to industry shows. With audience numbers ranging from 15 to over 650, some of his more notable venues have included London's Natural History Museum, The Photography Show at the Birmingham NEC and internationally as a keynote speaker at events in Antwerp and Portugal. Regardless of the venue and audience size, Richard always entertains and educates his audience.
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Richard is a competent writer, regularly contributing articles and features to the UK's photographic press including titles such as Professional Photographer Magazine, Digital Photographer, N-Photo, Amatuer Photographer, Practical Photography, Outdoor Photography and more.
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