Andy Rouse is a wildlife photographer who is famed for his ability to capture moments from the lives of birds and animals in the wild from his trade-mark stance and often from a different view point. He is well known the world over for even taking fascinating photographs of potentially dangerous animals. For many years, his images have been acknowledged as being some of the best in the world. And his photographic style has developed to be all encompassing of the animals and their environment in order to highlight the beauty of the natural world and to augment his passion for telling a story. Rouse has won nine awards in the past seven years including the Gerald Durrell Award for Endangered Species and in the prestigious BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition. He currently holds the Royal Geographical Society’s Cherry Kearton award for wildlife photography.
Rouse has published fifteen books covering photographic technique, ecosystems and species. He currently writes for Amateur Photographer and Practical Photography magazines and has written many magazine columns. His stylish images are used by clients allover the world and appear in billboards, brochures magazines, and on a range of animal t-shirts. It is his love of animals and the environment that his talent in wildlife photography comes from. To him, photography is just a tool he uses to show others the beauty of the natural world. He has a conservation fund that donates money from a range of branded clothing to conservation projects in the UK and beyond. He works alongside animal researchers, wildlife charities, many top scientists, and conservation organizations throughout the globe.