Ross Mackenzie specialises in photographs of wild remote places - mostly in the far North and far South.
He divides his time between Oxford and the Shetland Islands, and his current portfolio includes images from visits to Svalbard, Greenland, Iceland, Arctic Canada, Scandinavia, the Falkland Islands, South Georgia and the Antarctic Peninsula. He has also visited many remote islands including the Faroe Islands and almost all of the Scottish Islands over the last few years.
As a consequence of spending time in cold places that ought to be colder, and wild places that ought to be wilder, Ross is increasingly worried about climate change and enthusiastic about rewilding.
Ross is an enthusiastic public speaker and is happy to give illustrated talks about any of the places he has visited and the changes he has seen. He is also available to give photography tutorials and workshops.
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