Welcome to Alexander Christian Eatough Conservation!

My name is Alexander Eatough. I am a postgraduate conservationist, marine and natural history photographer seeking to address current climate and environmental issues.

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Through practiced wildlife and landscape photography, I hope to provoke thoughts towards modern-day consumerism and what we stand to lose. Conservation has played a key role in my academic development. I was fortunate enough to be raised with an awareness for nature and a strong desire to preserve it.

I use my imagery extensively to provoke topical conversations, with a view to further understanding community-based fears and their driving factors. Connecting with individuals through a common interest and a desire for sustainability is, by far, the most important aspect of my work.

As a keen environmentalist I am duty-bound to abide by the Nature Photographers’ ‘Code of Practice’.

The code of practice, produced by the Royal Photographic Societies Nature Group, outlines the key considerations required for nature photographers to adopt an ethical approach to their profession. There is one particular rule the Royal Photographic Society insists nature photographers must always maintain, that being: “The welfare of the subject is more important than the photograph.” I apply this in all contexts when conducting photographic shoots.

For full details on the ‘Nature Photographers' Code of Practice’ please refer to the Royal Photographic Society's online document, available through the link below:

Thank you for taking the time to view my portfolio. Please don’t hesitate to contact me with any queries or suggestions that you may have!