Lowepro Supports Young Wildlife Photographers
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Lowepro has confirmed its support for two teenage wildlife photographers – Alex Berryman and Kyle Moore. Over the past 3 years, North East Hampshire based Alex Berryman, now aged 16, has focused particularly on the birds of Britain. His work has been published in numerous national magazines, including BBC Wildlife Magazine, RSPB Phoenix magazine, Bird Watching and the Telegraph newspaper. Kyle Moore (pictured) is a 15-year-old wildlife and nature photographer based in Suffolk. His favourite subjects to photograph include barn owls, foxes, deer and kingfishers. Loraine Morgan, Senior Marketing Manager said: "We are very proud to already support some of the UK’s top photographers - but equally excited to be supporting and guiding the next generation... Both Alex and Kyle’s skill and enthusiasm caught our eye and we are really pleased to have them on board."
Lowepro Press Release
Lowepro supports young Wildlife talents
Lowepro has confirmed its support for two up and coming young wildlife photographers – Alex Berryman and Kyle Moore. Lowepro spotted the talents of these two award winning photographers earlier this year – both of whom already used Lowepro equipment.
With Lowepro’s worldwide support for many nature and outdoor photographers, as well as specific conservation projects, the brand will be supporting these two young photographers with sponsorship to help them progress their photography careers.
Alex Berryman, aged 16, is a wildlife photographer based in North East Hampshire. He’s had a fascination and interest in wildlife for as long as he can remember.
Over the past 3 years he has focused particularly on the birds of Britain, taking this young photographer to a variety of locations, including the Highlands of Scotland.
Alex’s work has been published in numerous national magazines, including BBC Wildlife Magazine, RSPB Phoenix magazine, Bird Watching and the Telegraph newspaper.
His work has already won numerous awards too, including Marwell Junior Wildlife Photographer of the Year, RSPCA Young Photography Awards, RHS Young Photographer of the Year and many more.
For more information visit:
Facebook: Alex Berryman Photography
Kyle is a 15 year old wildlife & nature photographer based in Suffolk, UK.
He first got into photography on his 13th birthday when he got his first ever camera, which at the time was a small compact.
Kyle always had an interest in nature so focussed on wildlife and his favourite subjects to photograph include Barn Owls, Foxes, Deer, and Kingfishers.
Kyle’s dream is to become a pro wildlife photographer, leading photographic workshops both here in the UK, and over seas.
To date, Kyle has achieved a considerable amount, with his work being recognised within the photography world:
2013 Suffolk wildlife trust photographer of the year
Highly commended in the RSPCA photographic awards
Winner of his local birds of prey centre photo awards
For more information visit:
Facebook: Kyle Moore photography
Lowepro has a long history of supporting outdoor and nature photographers worldwide, and this marks a move to support young ‘up and coming’ talent by the market leading brand. Lowepro has also had a strong pedigree in supporting animal conservation projects across the world including projects to protect brown bears and polar bears specifically.
Loraine Morgan, Senior Marketing Manager said: “We are very proud to already support some of the UK’s top photographers - but equally excited to be supporting and guiding the next generation. Every design and idea is born from working with photographers and the team we select is so important to the development of Lowepro. Both Alex and Kyle’s skill and enthusiasm caught our eye and we are really pleased to have them on board.’