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Andrew Fusek Peters is a wildlife and landscape photographer whose work focuses mainly on Shropshire except for his recent work on butterflies which has taken him round the UK.
He has have won Highly Commended in British Wildlife Photographer of the Year twice, won Commended and 3rd in Category in International Garden Photographer of the Year and 2nd in Category and top 100 in Close Up Photographer Of The Year twice, shortlisted in the Fine Art Category in the British Photography Awards, and finalist in Wildlife Photographer of the Year twice and Bird Photographer of the Year. He has had over 400 photos and features sold to the national papers including twice on the cover of The Times, the majority taken since he switched to Olympus in 2018. Recent newspaper work includes features in Metro, the Sunday Times, the Daily Express, the Times, the Scotsman and the Daily Mail. Magazine work includes BBC Wildlife Magazine, Country Living, Digital Camera, The Countryman, Wild Planet, Country Life, Birdwatch, Photoplus and cover shots for Amateur Photographer and Olympus Passion.
For the last 7 years he has been on commission to the National Trust and Natural England on Stepping Stones, a project to record species and landscape between the Stiperstones and the Long Mynd. The results are published as a 192 page full colour book 'Upland' by Graffeg. BBC Wildlife Magazine have curated a set of photos from the book on their website. This work led the National Trust to commission him to write and provide the photos for the first ever guidebook for the Long Mynd. His new book Hill & Dale, my Shropshire Year has already been highly praised. BBC Wildlife curated a gallery of photos from the book here.
"Andrew Fusek Peters is back doing what he does best, taking photographs and writing about his home patch of Shropshire. This is a gem of a book, packed full of truly stunning photographs, as Andrew takes us through the changing seasons. Here, we are witnessing a man with a profound understanding of and a deep empathy with the natural world. I urge you to buy this book, you will not be disappointed." Iolo Williams
"We love the book: it’s a wonderfully curated and inspiring testament to Andrew’s creativity and sheer hard work... a particularly impressive achievement." Amateur Photographer
His new book Flight has just come out with Yew Tree Press and has had features in The Daily Express, the Daily Star and the Times. His next title, Butterfly, Flight and Filigree, a large format coffee table book is published by Graffeg in Spring 2023, featuring extraordinary photos of UK butterflies in flight, roosting at sunset and against the rising moon and drenched in dew at dawn.