Drew Buckley is a multi award-winning professional landscape and wildlife photographer based in Pembrokeshire, south-west Wales.
Drew’s camera skills cover landscape, wildlife and astro photography, photo-journalism and all aspects of commercial photography. Inspired by his brothers, he picked up a camera at young age and got a 35mm film Canon SLR back in the late 90s. After a career as a computer games 3D artist, he became a full-time professional photographer in 2010. Since then he’s authored three books. The photo and visitor location guidebook Photographing South Wales published by FotoVue and two titles published by Graffeg, Puffins and Wilder Wales, who also publish his range of calendars every year.
His work has been featured in countless magazines such as BBC Countryfile, BBC Wildlife, Outdoor Photography, Digital SLR, Photo Plus, The Great Outdoors and Country Walking; and national newspapers such as The Times and the Guardian. Drew regularly takes on photography commissions and he is currently working on a time-lapse project for the BBC Natural History Unit featuring his home county of Pembrokeshire.
Drew is an experienced tutor and ambassador for LEE Filters, who support his landscape photography workshops. He is also an official Wildlife Trust commercial operator permitted to run day and overnight courses on Skomer Island. He runs processing classes in Lightroom, and is a website designer.
For more information about Drew, visit: www.drewbuckleyphotography.com