Adrian Langdon

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Adrian Lang­don

Adrian Lang­don is a keen pho­to­grapher, who spe­cial­izes in nature pho­to­graphy, par­tic­u­larly wild birds in their nat­ural hab­it­ats. In 1997 he was awar­ded an Asso­ci­ate­ship of the Royal Pho­to­graphic Soci­ety (ARPS), and in 2002 a Dis­tinc­tion with the Pho­to­graphic Alli­ance of Great Bri­tain (DPAGB) – both for Nature/​Wildlife pho­to­graphy. In Octo­ber 2007, Adrian appeared on BBC 1’s Coun­try­file. He is the Pres­id­ent and an act­ive mem­ber of the Wadebridge & Dis­trict Cam­era Club, and Chair­man of the Corn­wall Wild­life Trust Pho­to­graphic Group. Many of his pho­to­graphs have been pub­lished in local news­pa­pers and magazines. Adrian is volun­teer warden of the Walms­ley Bird Sanc­tu­ary on the Amble marshes near Wadebridge, and a com­mit­tee mem­ber of the Camel branch of the Corn­wall Wild­life Trust. He is pho­to­grapher of Explor­ing the Camel Estu­ary, pub­lished in our Pocket Corn­wall series, and con­trib­uted pho­to­graphs to Corn­wall from the Coast Path.

Find out more about Adrian and his work on his web­site.