Chris Weston became a professional wildlife photographer in 2001, changing his career to follow instead his passion for what he describes as “the extraordinary behaviour of animals”.
He has written over 20 books on photography and his commercial credits include the BBC, ITV, The Times, The Sunday Times, Daily Telegraph, Independent and Guardian newspapers; and Outdoor Photography, Practical Photography, Amateur Photographer, N-Photo and Digital Photography magazines. He is an ambassador for Fujifilm and is a renowned speaker and teacher, leading multiple safaris, workshops and seminars around the world.
He is currently represented by The Marylebone Gallery in London and his fine art prints are collected by international private clients. In 2018 he won the ArtHaus Gallery and Manhattan Arts International awards.
His contemporary approach to photography led Amateur Photographer to describe him as “one of the most dynamic wildlife photographers working today”. A committed advocate for the environment, Chris was listed in Outdoor Photography as “One of the world’s 40 most-influential wildlife photographers”.