Peter Chadwick | Wildlife and Conservation Photography

Welcome to the website of conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.

 

Peter Chadwick | Gerald Durrell Award for Endangered Wildlife in the Vieola Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2011

 

Peter is the founding member of African Conservation Photography and specializes in photographing and writing about conservation and environmental issues on the African continent.

 Awards

  • Oceans of Life Photographic Competition 2013: Two images in the Top 50 (1 Highly Commended)

  • Oceans of Life Photographic Competition 2012: Three images in the Top 50 (1 Highly Commended)

  • Spirit of Africa Competition 2012 - Overall Winner

  • Winner of the Gerald Durrel Award for Endangered Wildlife in the Veolia Wildlife Photographer of the year 2011

  • Oceans of Life Photographic Competition 2011: Top 50- Highly Commended:

  • Dusk to Dawn in the British Gas Wildlife Photographer of the Year 1999

  • Highly Commended: Animal Portraits in the British Gas Wildlife Photographer of the Year 1998

  • Winner of the Eric Hosking Award in the British Gas Wildlife Photographer of the Year 1994


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