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Mar 12

Photos of Bonito, Brazil

I have just returned from wonderful photo trip to Bonito in Brazil. It is located in the state of mato grosso do sul. This area of Brazil, along with the state Matto grosso (which is just above it) is full of wildlife. This is mainly due to the massive amounts of water and wetlands in the pantanal, which drain into the rivers of bonito. Bonito is a wildlife photographers dream, with crystal clear rivers and waterfalls, full of fish, otters, caimans and the dreaded anaconda (In fact Bonito is one of the best places in the world to see the Anaconda). Bonito is also home to an amazing array of colourful birds. From the red macaws to the Toco Toucan to a vast array of hummingbirds.
Feb 07

Photos of Sao Paulo’s Beaches and Mata Atlantica Forest

I have been living in the big, bustling city of Sao Paulo, Brazil for around 9 months now. Only a couple of hours down the road is a stunning paradise though. An escape from the craziness. This is the north coast (Litoral Norte) of Sao Paulo state. This area of Sao Paulo state is a photographers dream. Full of mountains, beaches, jungles and wildlife to photograph.
Nov 12

Two New Exhibitions

Two of my new collections of both Richmond Park and Reflections/Refractions in the Rain will be released in GalleryOne stores from this weekend. These are all new and mainly unseen photos taken during my short visit back to the UK. Please feel free to come along to any of the two stores.
Oct 03

Photos of Bolivia

I recently have returned from an amazing photography trip to Bolivia. Bolivia is one of the poorest countries in South America, but has in my mind some of the best and diverse landscapes to be seen. From the jungles of Madidi to the surreal lunar landscapes of the Salar de Uyuni. Bolivia really is a photo heaven.


  1. Giulliano
    August 30, 2015

    Hi Alex
    Do you sell out rent tour images? I need some for my website. Thank you

  2. Edward Finlay
    October 29, 2015

    Hi Alex,
    I hope you are well.
    I’m doing some work with Will Taper at Willmotts a small property firm in Hammersmith.
    We will be printing some Christmas cards to send to clients, would you be interested in supplying a winter image?
    I saw a photo of yours, a robin in Richmond park with a snowy background, plus we could advertise your book on the back of the card?
    Let me know your thoughts.
    All the best,


  3. Ines Griguol
    March 22, 2016

    Wonderful photos. Congratulations…….♥

  4. AJM
    May 29, 2016

    nice shots

  5. Lara Pettinelli
    September 08, 2016

    Hi Alex,

    I am Lara Pettinelli, photo editor at Condé Nast traveller. I am writing you as I am looking for Ouro Preto images and I just found some of your pictures shot there. COuld you please send them in a low resolution, so we can try a layout for our October issue?
    I am looking forward to your kind reply.

    Many thanks

    Best regards


  6. Hannah Bruce
    September 28, 2016

    Dear Alex
    I really admire your photography. In particular I would love to paint/ be inspired towards painting something from your Richmond Park Deer photo.
    I’m a semi professional Artist, and the painting may get sold at our art society exhibition.

    Would you give me your permission to do this? I will of course attribute my inspiration to you.

    I’m not sure how these things work, but wanted to check with you.

    Very Kind Regards
    Hannah Bruce

    • Ann Hawkins
      January 05, 2018

      Hello Alex
      My name is Ann Hawkins. I am so happy to have found you. I wrote and illustrated an environmental children;s book. It took me 16 years to pain because I had to teach myself. I am getting ready to publish it on create space.

      One of my paintings is your swan photograph on the misty river with the oak trees on the bank. I have added many things to it such as extra swans, some deer and an large oak on the river bank as I was trying to add additional things for small children to point to, count etc. however the original swan and background are basically copied from your photo.

      I could send you a picture of that particular painting for you to look at. I am hoping to get your permission to include in my book. Worst case scenario I could replace that photo with my bat painting.
      There are 32 paintings total. Only one other painting of a bunny in a clearing closely resembled my finished painting. I found that photographer months back. National Geographic said they couldn’t help me research photographers. I tried everything I could think of to find you except the actual NG website.

      I am donating 10% of any profits I might make to water. org.

  7. Will A
    November 28, 2016

    Hello, I am doing a photographer study for my photography course and I was wondering if I could email you and ask you a few questions such as how did you get into photography ect…

    Thank you for your time,

    March 15, 2017

    Hello Alex, My name is Ann Hawkins. I live in the United States. I need to ask your permission to use a variation of one of your photos. I written and environmental children’s book . I wrote the story 16 years ago and have taught myself how to paint mostly by using national geographic photos. One of my book illustrations uses your swan photo as a main theme.

    I was hoping to get your permission to keep my painting the way it is. I am self publishing my book so I you do not approve I will remove it from my book. I would be happy to send you a copy of the whole book or just the painting I am referring to.

    Sincerely, Ann Hawkins

  9. Clara
    September 29, 2017


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  10. Tom haskins
    October 13, 2017

    You published an article titled, “Friday the 13th Is Back. Here’s Why It Scares Us.” Friday the 13th has deeper roots than the one you mentioned. The angel of death came to Egypt on Friday the 13th of the month and killed the first born of all living creatures, including man, because they refused to obey the God of the Bible and “let my people go.” That is the origin of Friday the 13th! 🙂

    • a s
      March 06, 2019

      Hi Tom, thanks for the information. Actually it was just my photo they used for the article. Someone else had written it 🙂

  11. Pat Edwards
    January 29, 2018

    Simply fabulous photography! I am a ‘hobby watercolorist’. Would love to get your permission to work off of one of your photos as a reference of an elk.

  12. ville
    March 08, 2018

    Bonjour Alex, j’adore votre travail, je suis peintre sur feuilles d’arbres et je voulais vous demander la permission de m’inspirer d’une de vos photos de cerf pour réaliser une miniature.
    Merci d’avance pour votre réponse en espérant que cela sera possible.

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