Mark Williams is a UK based freelance photographer, with a passion for wildlife and the natural environment. Mark started his photography when he was just 8 years old when his parents gave him a Kodak Brownie 127. From there his cameras included Fuji SLR and twin lens reflex film cameras, he made the jump to Digital in 2009 and turned professional in 2014
Mark’s work has been used by Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust, Wildlife Trust BCN and The League Against Cruel Sports amongst others, but his work has also taken him in other directions photographing artists at music festivals around Cambridgeshire and Suffolk. With a broad spectrum of photographic subjects this has given him the perfect understanding to offer training and workshops where enjoyment of the subject is always key. He has also been shortlisted for wildlife photographer of the year and British wildlife photographer of the year.
In early 2018 Mark relocated to the Highlands of Scotland where, together with his wife now exhibits his work in their own gallery and coffee shop.
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