David lives on the edge of the Marlborough Downs, and for many years he has been a wildlife enthusiast. He has always enjoyed photography, but even more so in the last few years. His son has now taken over the farm so allowing him more time for photography. He loves to try to capture the essence of the Marlborough Downs, with its stunning countryside and wildlife. He is often asked what is his favourite thing to photograph, and the answer is ‘anything in the natural world’.
In the last few years he has been fortunate to travel to many places, and he says it has been a dream to see and photograph wonderful landscapes and wildlife all over the world. Recently he has been to Hokkaido, an Island to the north of Japan, to Nepal with the World Pheasant Association, as well as to Zimanga in South Africa.