Andy Howe – Wild Aperture

About this exhibition

Andy likes to particularly focus his lens on Owls and birds of prey when he is at home and exploring his local patch in Bedfordshire.  He is never too long away from Africa however, and he leads small groups of photographers to the Maasai Mara region of Kenya several times a year to photograph the Great Migration and Africa’s big cats. He also takes long treks in Rwanda to photograph mountain Gorillas.

Andy has been highly honoured, awarded and published internationally in such publications as Bird Guides Bird Photographer of the Year, Nature Photographer of the Year, African Geographic, Nature’s Best Awards, to name but a few. He has received honours as a Fellow of the Society of International Nature and Wildlife Photographers. He is an Associate of the Royal Photographic Society and was nominated to receive honours for two images in the British Photographic Awards 2018.

Andy donates images to worthy causes and is currently involved in the charity, Art for Africa Exhibition helping to raise funds for vulnerable and disadvantaged children.  He also actively helps the Remembering Wildlife charity for critically endangered species. He currently has three photographs exhibited in Indianapolis with the Agama Foundation.