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Andrew Parkinson

An adult stag is partially obscured during a ferocious snowstorm Cairngorms National Park, Scotland, UK.

BIO: Andy is a feature contributor to National Geographic magazine and is one of Europe’s most awarded photographers. With more than 50 individual awards featuring more than 100 awarded images his images consistently feature in all of the world’s most prestigious wildlife photographic competitions. In 2016 he was named the overall winner of Bird Photographer of the Year, winning two categories in the process, and he is also the most successful photographer in the history of the British Wildlife Photography Awards with 4 category wins and 27 individual awards featuring 36 images. He has also been awarded 3 times in Wildlife Photographer of the Year and 3 times in European Wildlife Photographer of the Year whilst in 2012 he was named Nature Photojournalist of the Year for a portfolio of 12 gannet images captured whilst working on assignment for National Geographic magazine.

Andy works exclusively with animals and birds that are wild and free and is renowned for his uncompromisingly ethical approach, abhorring those that put their pursuit of images before the welfare of their subjects. He is a vegan and an ardent supporter of extending rights to all animals, not just the ones with which we share our homes, and his frequently outspoken views on photography ethics, conservation, animal rights and environmental issues can be found in his regular Opinion piece in Outdoor Photography magazine. He has appeared numerous times on television, on shows such as The One Show, BBC News, The Victoria Derbyshire Show, Wild about Wales and a memorable piece on Countryfile where he attempted to teach comedian Jo Brand how to capture images of wildlife. He has also appeared on BBC Radio 5 Live and has appeared many times on BBC Radio Derby.

He lives in Derbyshire with his wife Claire and their dog.

WEBSITE: andrewparkinson.com
INSTAGRAM: @andyparkinsonphoto
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An adult stag is partially obscured during a ferocious snowstorm Cairngorms National Park, Scotland, UK.<br />
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BIO: Andy is a feature contributor to National Geographic magazine and is one of Europe’s most awarded photographers. With more than 50 individual awards featuring more than 100 awarded images his images consistently feature in all of the world’s most prestigious wildlife photographic competitions. In 2016 he was named the overall winner of Bird Photographer of the Year, winning two categories in the process, and he is also the most successful photographer in the history of the British Wildlife Photography Awards with 4 category wins and 27 individual awards featuring 36 images. He has also been awarded 3 times in Wildlife Photographer of the Year and 3 times in European Wildlife Photographer of the Year whilst in 2012 he was named Nature Photojournalist of the Year for a portfolio of 12 gannet images captured whilst working on assignment for National Geographic magazine.<br />
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Andy works exclusively with animals and birds that are wild and free and is renowned for his uncompromisingly ethical approach, abhorring those that put their pursuit of images before the welfare of their subjects. He is a vegan and an ardent supporter of extending rights to all animals, not just the ones with which we share our homes, and his frequently outspoken views on photography ethics, conservation, animal rights and environmental issues can be found in his regular Opinion piece in Outdoor Photography magazine. He has appeared numerous times on television, on shows such as The One Show, BBC News, The Victoria Derbyshire Show, Wild about Wales and a memorable piece on Countryfile where he attempted to teach comedian Jo Brand how to capture images of wildlife. He has also appeared on BBC Radio 5 Live and has appeared many times on BBC Radio Derby.<br />
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He lives in Derbyshire with his wife Claire and their dog.<br />
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WEBSITE: andrewparkinson.com<br />
INSTAGRAM: @andyparkinsonphoto