DANIEL DUGMORE

Growing up between the UK and remote Botswana instilled a natural passion for wildlife and exploring the natural world. At the age of 21 I moved to South Africa to train as a safari guide before moving to the edge of the Okavango Delta in Botswana. I immersed myself in the world of safaris and wildlife photography, pushing my technical and creative ability, developing my field skills and gaining experience of animal behaviour in challenging places.

 

I am most at home in remote and austere environments with limited to no assistance, often for extended timeframes.

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I have a passion for natural history and environmental story telling and I gain as much excitement and enthusiasm planning photo stories and behaviour sequences as I do shooting them. 

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Selected Stills Photography Awards & Publications

The Last Elephants - Image and copy feature, International book publication, 2019

 

Monochrome Photography Awards - UK, 2018 

Wildlife Category - Honourable Mention

Photojournalism Category - Honourable Mention

 

The Zebra Awards - Black & White Photographer Of The Year - UK, 2018

Landscape & Nature Category - 3rd Place

Landscape & Nature Category - Finalist

Landscape & Nature Category - Finalist

 

The Fine Art Photography Awards - UK, 2018

Animals & Wildlife Category - Nominee

 

Society of International Nature and Wildlife Photographers – UK, 2017

Associate

New Scientist International, publication Wildebeest no more: The death of Africa’s great migrations - UK, December 2017

Natural History Museum Wildlife Photographer Of The Year - London, 2017

Shortlisted for Rising Star Award 2017.

Getaway Magazine, Publication -  February 2017

Getaway Magazine February 2017

Botswana Wildlife Photographer Of The Year Competition - Botswana, 2016

Category Winner - Man and Environment

Category Runner Up - Black & White

Peolwane Magazine, Publication - November 2016 

Asilia Africa – Africa, Publication - 2015

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