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Harry Skeggs



“I’m a multiple award winning photographer living in London, with a passion for all forms of wildlife, the cornerstone of my photographic style. I have also traveled extensively to over 65 countries across 6 continents, which has sparked both travel and culture as strong themes in my work.”


“I am an adventurer at heart, which I seek to pour into my photography. From close ups of wild cats, to swimming amongst tiger sharks, I am always excited by new prospects to experience our wild earth and the photographic opportunities they offer to the bold. “


Harry Skeggs is a nature fine art photographer, already being cited as the next generation of top wildlife photography. Even being at a very early stage of his career, Skeggs has won, and been finalist for, a number of top flight international awards and has leaped to prominence in the National Geographic sphere, both as a leading photographer but also as a keynote speaker for the annual UK masterclasses. Skeggs’ compositional arrangement is fueled by his background in the literary and visual arts, having received his master’s degree in History of Art from Magdalene College Cambridge. His work looks to blend this academic approach with more modern narratives that communicate the endearing passion for nature he has maintained throughout his life, reemphasized in his commitment to maintaining eye contact with his subject. Skeggs’ photography aims to draw out the connections we as humans have to the flora and fauna that inhabit this world with us. His works are all taken using professional photography equipment and then printed on Hahnemühle Fine Art Baryta paper for all sizes, in limited editions.




2019   Le Compose, Le Raffine, Recontre le Sauvage. The Directed Art Modern.

Miami, Florida

Experiences and Interpretations. Jackson Hole Fine Art Fair. Jackson,


Getting Home. Art Aspen 2019, Aspen, Colorado.

Wildlife. Lyons Gallery. Sydney, Australia.

Wildlife. Bel Air Gallery. London, England.

Wildlife. Beijing, People’s Republic of China.


Selected Work


  • Personal

  • Art