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contact | m.lland@mmu.ac.uk

 

Archaeological finds photography, portrait photography and a degree in visual art specializing in stills and moving images lead to life as a fine art, natural history, wildlife and environmental photographer/researcher.

 

The Natural History Museum, American Museum of Natural History, BBC Wildlife, National Geographic, Lonely Planet, OUP, MacMillan, News International, RSPB Birds, Viacom TV and ARKive.

ARKive’s mission is “to use the power of wildlife imagery to inspire the global community to discover, value and protect the natural world.”

Images used editorially, as book illustration and in advertising throughout Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Australia, South America and North America.

Fine art photographic and multimedia works also feature in private collections.

 

Solo and group shows/screenings in UK, Europe and USA, galleries/venues include Nature in Art, Gloucester; Arnolfini and Watershed, Bristol; Nick’s Bar, Worcester, Massachusetts; Babylon Cinema, Berlin; Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution; Little Theatre, Bath.

 

Natural History Photographers Agency/PhotoShot


Oxford Scientific Films/Getty

 

Greenland, Iceland, Sápmi, Sweden, Norway, Finland, China, Czech Republic, Tibet, South Africa, Poland, The Gambia, Senegal, Kenya, St Kitts, Costa Rica, Antigua, Trinidad and Tobago, Morocco, Ireland, France, Spain, Crete, Sardinia, Picos de Europa, Quebec.


Special interest in Arctic, African and Caribbean ecosystems, adaptation to extreme environments and animal behaviour.