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David Tipling is one of the World’s most widely published wildlife photographers renowned for his artistic images of birds. His many accolades include a coveted European Nature Photographer of the Year Award (2002) for work on Emperor Penguins, and in North America, Nature’s Best Indigenous Peoples Award (2009) for his pictures of Mongolian eagle hunters.
He is the author or commissioned photographer for many books including the RSPB Guide to Digital Wildlife Photography (Bloomsbury) and Penguins – Close Encounters (New Holland). In 2013 after 6 years work visiting 39 countries on all seven continents the critically acclaimed Birds & People (Random House) was published. Recently published books include Seabirds of the World, A Parliament of Owls, Empire of the Eagle (Yale) and an instant best seller with PrincetonUniversity Press, Britain’s Birds. His latest book A Bird Photographer’s Diary charts his 30 year career in pictures. David writes regularly for various magazines including Amateur Photographer.
TV and film work have seen appearances in front of the camera on the BBC including Springwatch and The One Show, while David has worked behind the camera making short films and with author Jonathan Franzen on the documentaryEmptying the Skies.
David’s pictures hang in various collections around the World and have beenprojected in New York’s Times Square, and exhibited in the Nikon Gallery in Japan and more recently the Mall Galleries in London and in a special celebration of bird photography at San Diego Zoo.
In January 2018 after nearly 40 years as a Nikon user David switched to Olympus. The portability, silent shutter and blazing frame rate were just a couple of reasons that encouraged this switch.