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My work takes me to some spectacular places, whether I’m shooting landscapes in wild parts of Scotland, or making striking documentary imagery of humanitarian aid work in hurricane-hit Caribbean islands.
My photography has been published in The Times, Vice, the Guardian, CNN, Daily Mail, the Sun and other international titles, as well as Pride Life, Soldier magazine and RAF News. Published travel work includes features on Nepal, Spain, Japan, Scotland and England. In 2017 I collected an award from the Association of Photographers for my stormy travel photography of a Scottish lighthouse.
I shoot exclusively with Olympus kit, mainly using the OM-D E-M1 Mk III (I've written for Olympus about why I love this camera). My portfolio is online at andywasley.com, and you can follow my work on Twitter and Instagram. I maintain a travel blog featuring much of my photography too.
Alongside my work in photography I'm a freelance video journalist and filmmaker, with a particular interest - unsurprisingly - in adventure and travel. My showreel contains some of my personal content, all made using Olympus gear:
Outside photography you’ll find me running long distances, reading, or standing in a bird hide trying to identify something beautiful.