WILL BURRARD LUCAS

GENRE: PHOTOGRAPHER

HOMETOWN:  ENGLAND

About Will

I am a professional wildlife photographer from the UK. I am best known for creating innovative devices that allow me to gain unique perspectives. Through my work, I hope to inspire greater appreciation for the animals that share our planet and encourage conservation action. More here.

In 2009, I created “BeetleCam”, a remote control buggy for taking close-up, ground-level images of African wildlife. More here.

I have developed my own range of camera traps for taking high-quality images of elusive and nocturnal creatures. I have made these devices available to other photographers and filmmakers through my company, Camtraptions Ltd. More here.

I regularly work with top conservation organisations to produce compelling images for use in their fundraising and marketing materials. Most recently, I was commissioned by World Wildlife Fund to take camera trap photographs of elusive carnivores in Namibia. More here.

I have created a popular online wildlife photography course which has helped thousands of enthusiast improve their photography. More here.

My wife and I recently produced a coffee table book titled “Top Wildlife Sites of the World”. The book features more than 30 of my favourite wildlife hotspots and is available in bookstores around the world. More here.

I have built a large online audience, with over a million followers on Facebook alone. 

My projects often gain wide media coverage. Here are some links to a selection of online media features: Mail Online, The Telegraph, The Guardian, The Sun, The Times, CNN, ABC News, Fox News, BBC News, Reuters, National Geographic, Discovery, Time, New York Times, New York Post, Washington Post, Huffington Post, BuzzFeed, Mashable, Wired and Red Bull.

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