I am interested in the study of light and place, movement and stillness, whether through landscape, architecture or wildlife. My photos have been published regularly in the media, including, in the last year: the Guardian, Times, Mail, Express, Metro Amateur Photographer, Black & White Photography & What Digital Camera. My wildlife photography book 'Wilderland, Wildlife & Wonder from the Shropshire Borders' is published by Fairacre Press. My nature writing memoir, Dip, features my black and white photos. Published by Random House, Dip has appeared on The One Show, You Magazine, Midweek with Libby Purves and Outlook on the BBC World Service. 'a poignant memoir' Daily Mail. 'A poetic book, the writing is so lyrical and full of metaphor... and there are moments when words and water fuse together' Independent. 'A candid, personal and poetic read' Scotsman. 'Stunning photographs' Arnolfini. 'Among the current crop of British nature writers, he deserves a prominent place.' TLS

I was shortlisted in 2 categories for The British Wildlife Photography Awards 2014 and in the Documentary Category in 2015. My tawny owl rescue shot from Cuan House made the top 10 in Round 4 of Amateur Photographer of the year. "this is a stunning take on animal portraiture" AP. I was shortlisted in a further 3 rounds. Info on other published books - novels, picture books, plays, poetry collections - over 110 titles published in 17 languages worldwide, on www.twopeters.com. I am working for the National Trust and Natural England on Stepping Stones, a project to record species and landscape between the Stiperstones and the Long Mynd. The results will be published as 'Upland' by Graffeg in 2017, along with a calendar 'Wild Shropshire' which is now available and a series of greetings cards. Other clients include the charity, Caring For God's Acre. My wildlife and London landmark night portraits are published by Chris George Cards.

"Andrew's photos take my breath away" Mairi Eyres, Young Landscape Photographer of the Year 2015

"An emerging talent in the world of wildlife photography. His images have a lyrical quality which reflects not only his emotional connection to the natural world but also his heritage as a poet. He presents them with a passion and enthusiasm which are both inspiring and engaging." Ben Osborne, Wildlife Photographer Of The Year 2007


(Contains 78 photos)
Dawn Dusk Moon
(Contains 36 photos)
Media & Awards
(Contains 38 photos)
Stiperstones & Long Mynd Upland book
(Contains 160 photos)
Garden Birds
(Contains 30 photos)
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(Contains 73 photos)
Birds Of Prey
(Contains 40 photos)
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Black & White Showcase
(Contains 24 photos)
Cuan House Wildlife Rescue
(Contains 36 photos)
Thames Barrier
(Contains 13 photos)
I was lucky enough to know one of the engineers who worked on the Thames Barries, which enabled me to go both on-site and inside the structure for a magical afternoon and evening of shooting. The wind was very blowy, which made tripod long exposures a challenge, but all came out well in the end. I very rarely use HDR these days but once in a while, all that machinery is begging for six different exposures to be compbined into something quite magical. Many thanks to the team for letting me come aboard for this photographic adventure.
National Trust in Shropshire
(Contains 90 photos)
Stockholm Archipeligo
(Contains 23 photos)