I am a professional wildlife photographer living near Dumfries in South West Scotland. I have been taking pictures for over thirty years, at least ten of those on a professional basis. Being based in Scotland gives me access to some of Britain’s wildest landscapes – ideal for superb close encounters with our native wildlife.
I use Nikon cameras, love otters and enjoy going abroad, especially to northern Scandinavia when I get the chance. I work occasionally as a photographic guide for Shetland Wildlife and am an active member of my local camera club. I hold the Fellowship of the Royal Photographic Society and am currently the Chair of the Natural History Distinctions Panel.
Mick Durham FRPS