The guides used on NaturesLens wildlife & nature photography workshops are either professional photographers, wildlife experts or have years of seasoned experience as enthusiasts. Each & everyone of them share a passion for the natural world & capturing its beauty on camera to share with others.
Who will you likely meet on a NaturesLens Wildlife & Nature Photography Workshop?
David Miles is a UK based wildlife photographer & Co-Founder of NaturesLens. His passion for wildlife photography was ignited from his first safari in Kenya & since then David has been out with his camera at every opportunity.
Over the past 14 years, he has travelled to Africa, India, Asia & the USA, photographing wildlife but with a special interest in raptors, in particular, all species of eagles.
Despite having visited some of the most stunning places in the world, David continues to search for opportunities to capture images depicting the beauty of our natural world.
Simon Armstrong is London based wildlife photographer specialising in birds of prey with a particular passion for eagles & ospreys. He splits his time between London & Scotland when he isn’t travelling to the US.
During Summer 2014, Simon will be leading or co-leading all the NaturesLens Puffin workshops, both on Skomer off the Welsh coast & on the Farne Islands off the Northumberland coast.
Daniel is a Bedfordshire based wildlife photographer who has had an obsession with nature from an early age when he attended wildlife field courses to learn about the natural world. This lead on to studying a degree in Biology and somewhere in-between a passion for photography was ignited.
Daniel enjoys photographing the more obscure subjects as well as focussing on urban areas on his doorstep, such as London. Daniel has enjoyed publishing success in books, magazines and newspapers as well as recognition in well known photography competitions.