About our photographers
AP is thrilled to be able to offer readers an exciting programme of photography holidays and workshops led by award-winning and internationally acclaimed photographers. Find out more about them below:
Steve Winter has been a National Geographic photographer for 25 years and won multiple awards for his wildlife work, including Wildlife Photographer of the Year and World Press Photo. He has filmed numerous documentaries for the National Geographic channel, inc on tigers, leopards and jaguars.
David Tipling is one of the world’s most widely published wildlife photographers, with his numerous books on birds achieving combined sales of over 300,000. A former European Nature Photographer of the Year David has appeared on the BBC and worked behind the camera on many documentaries.
Tesni Ward has had a meteoric rise to success to become one of the UK’s youngest professional wildlife photographers. Tesni is a regular AP contributor who and been widely published, she also runs regular workshops as well as hosting sell-out talks at events such as The Photography Show.
Ulla Lohmann is a documentary filmmaker, photojournalist and explorer who shoots for the likes of National Geographic, GEO and the BBC. An ambassador for Canon and Manfrotto, she conducts workshops for National Geographic and is a fellow of the prestigious Explorer’s Club in New York.
Hans Strand is an internationally published landscape photographer and winner of multiple awards including the Hasselblad Master Award. He has published seven books of his photography, mostly on subjects relating to the environment and the human relationship to nature.
Jeremy Walker is an award-winning landscape photographer and a highly experienced workshop leader, tutor and mentor. A former Nikon Ambassador, Jeremy is currently working with ZEISS, and is recognised as a LEE Filters ‘Master’. He writes regularly for AP.
Tom Svensson is a world known conservation photographer. Tom travels around the world to document endangered species, anti-poaching and illegal trading of animals. He is also a global Manfrotto ambassador and in the Canon Nordic photographers program.
Serkan Günes is an award-winning photographer and Fujifilm’s Worldwide ambassador. Serkan captures intimate as well as grand landscapes. He is the only Swede to have won the Eric Hosking Award in Wildlife Photographer of the Year, for the best portfolio taken by a young photographer.