Andrew is an adventurous British photographer who travels the world to capture images of our beautiful planet and its people. Born in 1978, he started travelling the world in his early 20’s which sparked an interest in photography. After returning to college to study the craft he embarked on a year long round the world trip to put the theory work into practise, which helped fuel his insatiable appetite for adventurous travels off the beaten track.

He began his photographic career over 10 years ago and now spends his time undertaking commercial and personal projects, short and long-term, which involve both photo and video. He also provides photography mentoring in the UK & overseas as well as offering fine art prints of his work.

His award-winning work has been exhibited at the prestigious Royal Geographical Society in London and published worldwide by National Geographic, GEO, Microsoft, United Nations, Harper Collins, The Sunday Times, The Guardian, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Huffington Post, The Telegraph, Geographical, NBC News, BBC, Lonely Planet and Conde Nast to name but a few.

He was awarded in the 2012 International Photography Awards (IPA) with 9 Honorable Mentions, and was a finalist in the 2012, 2013 & 2014 Travel Photographer of the Year (TPOTY) awards, winning ‘Best Single Image in a Portfolio’ in 2012.

The answers to questions that Andrew is frequently asked about his photography can be found over on the FAQ page.