Not surprisingly, his photographs are sold around the world via several picture libraries. Corbis, his main international picture agency, once sold two of his images to the same client for a staggering twenty thousand US dollars! There are not many pro photographers in the UK shooting solely wildlife who can match that. He is a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society and, as testament to the quality of his work and his wildlife knowledge was appointed as a judge on the prestigious RPS Nature Panel for Associateship and Fellowship applications. A position he held for many years until finally standing down in March 2014.
Osprey carrying nest material
In 2005 he and his wife Angie made an incredible decision. They sold their house in Sussex, put all their furniture and belongings into storage and went off to the USA where they bought a Winnebago and a Honda 4WD to tow behind. Then at a daunting 52 feet long set off on an amazing 12 month, 30,000 miles road trip around North America that was serialised in Practical Photography magazine. They crossed from the Atlantic coast over to the Pacific and from the Gulf coast all the way up into Canada final driving the 1500 mile long Alaska Highway! Under the title "The USA Road Trip" this is now a superb keynote lecture available to Corporations, Camera Clubs, RSPB and Natural History Societies around the country. Further info can be found by clicking on the "Lectures" tab at the top of this page.
Oxbow Bend, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming.
Despite all the exotic locations (and some not quite so exotic) George still retains a passion for photographing British wildlife and the countryside. That’s his speciality and over the years he has accumulated an intimate understanding of his subjects and couples that with superb field craft to come up with his pictures. All of this knowledge he now shares in a diverse and unique series of workshops throughout the year. Consequently he is now regarded as a number one choice in the UK for 1-1 and 2-1 wildlife workshops where he is happy to pass on these skills.