My name is Geoff Campbell and I am very lucky to be based in the seaside town of Ballycastle, County Antrim, in the north east corner of Ireland. Lucky, because of the stunning landscapes which surround me, in which to explore and photograph the fantastic variety of local wildlife. I have been passionate about nature for as long I can remember, undoubtedly arising from conversations as a child with my grandfather about the birds surrounding his home near Antrim, but more poignantly those, such as the Yellowhammer and Corncrake, that he no longer seen or heard.
That early introduction to both the beauty and fragility of nature has stayed with me throughout my education and career. A couple of Degrees and Post Graduate Diplomas later I work, as ecologist doing my utmost to halt further losses to our valuable habitats and species, whilst in my spare time use my photography to capture natures beauty to encourage and inspire others to appreciate what is around us before it is too late. If you care to check out my galleries you will see my interests are wide and varied and I am rarely seen without a camera. Most of the photographs on this website have been taken in Ireland and many close to my North Antrim base.
I will do my best to update the website, including a latest news blog, as and when I can, but you can also keep up-to-date with most recent images on my Flickr site : Geoff Campbell Photography on Flickr
Please feel free to contact me should you wish to acquire any images or photographs as this just a small selection of my wildlife photographic library.
Please note that all photographs on this site are copyright Geoff Campbell Photography and must not be used without permission.