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Nick Upton

Nick Upton

5 Kingsdown House
Wiltshire SN13 8AX

Phone: +44 (0)1225 742 300
Mobile: +44 (0)7576 214 573

Email: nickupton@btopenworld.com

Links to stills / video clips with agents: www.naturepl.com, www.alamy.com & www.rspb-images.com

Nick is a freelance stills photographer and videographer with extensive experience of documenting wildlife / conservation projects with high quality images of nature and of people / animal interactions.

He’s won recent awards at several European and UK stills photography competitions, including the Wildlife Conservation Documentary Award at the Bird Photographer of the Year 2020 competition and the Documentary Series category of the British Wildlife Photography Awards in 2014 and 2016.

His images have entirely or largely illustrated thirteen features in BBC Wildlife magazine since 2014, have appeared in National Geographic magazine and appear in many other magazines, books and newspapers.

He photographs all kinds of wildlife from tiny macro subjects to shy birds and mammals, is used to capturing people at work on camera, and does a lot of nocturnal photography using camera traps and infra red techniques. He also shoots HD / 4K DSLR video clips and his footage has appeared on BBC Springwatch.

Nick has also worked as a wildlife TV director and producer for over twenty years on films and series of many kinds, from high end to low budget, for a wide variety of broadcast/non-broadcast clients in Europe/USA/Asia. Films he's written, directed and produced have won nearly one hundred awards including eleven 'Best of Festival' wins in eight countries.

Nick is interested in discussing commissions on a very flexible basis, offering one or more of photography, videography, writing, tutoring or speaking.

He's also a co-author of The Norfolk Cranes' Storywww.norfolkcranes.co.uk

Norfolk Cranes'Story

Photographer and film maker Nick Upton was the inaugural winner of the Bird Photographer of the Year Conservation Documentary Award for 2020. Nick supplied a fantastic series of images depicting the decline of the UK Swift population and the local conservation projects that are being undertaken to help halt the decline in Swift numbers. In this video Nick explains how he took the images:

Nick Upton's BPOTY video

See: Nick Upton wins International Photography Award
Visit: birdpoty.co.uk/conservation-documentary-award-1

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