A little bit about me
Chris Prince is a wildlife photographer born and bred from West Sussex. For the last 15 years Chris has been behind the lens of his camera taking photos of wildlife. Initially, Chris’s passion for wildlife photography was just around Britain, but then spreading his wings to all parts of the globe. Chris began many years ago birdwatching with his family, which has gradually progressed into studying wildlife of all genres.
Chris has a particular passion for African wildlife, and each time he explores another African country he is left wanting more. His photography has helped an enormous amount in learning about all the wonderful flora and fauna from the largest African elephant to the smallest insect.
Chris is very keen on conservation and ecology. He volunteers at RSPB reserve Pulborough Brooks doing various jobs from fixing fences, surveying birds to assisting with guided walks. His camera is never far from his hand, he has taken many beautiful images that have been used at the reserve. He has also exhibited his images at various nature reserves and galleries around the country.
All Chris’s photos are available to buy for a very affordable price. Please feel free to contact Chris with any questions you may have about his wildlife photos.
Chris loves taking photos of wildlife and hopes you enjoy looking at his galleries.
My latest wildlife photography
My latest wildlife photos are from my amazing experience of Botswana in Southern Africa. Botswana is the home of some incredible animals.
My latest widlife adventures
Well I have to say if you’d asked me about going to Australia with all of the other wonderful places I wanted to visit on my list, it wouldn’t have featured very high, but when my daughter decided to move out there my priorities changed somewhat. Well, after flying to...
There was a time, when people would say to me that they were going back to the same place on holiday that they’d been to for the previous so many years, I would look at them and think why don’t you go somewhere different. Well having just returned to The Gambia for...
Well i have to admit i’ve heard a lot about the Somerset levels over the years but until now i’ve never been anywhere near them (so many places not enough time) .I have now rectified this by packing my bins and camera and rumbling down the motorway to Edington a tiny...