Michael Potts
Wildlife and Landscape Photography

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Welcome...

Michael Potts has spent more than 30 years as a wildlife cameraman, working mostly for the BBC in more than 50 countries worldwide on major series such as The Life of Birds, The Life of Mammals and many programmes in the Natural World series. Michael has now turned his wealth of experience to stills photography, of both wildlife and landscapes, at home and abroad. With Snowdonia and the beautiful Welsh coast on his doorstep there is no shortage of inspiration.

Latest News, Events & Exibitions

Birdfair 2013 - 16-18th August

Wednesday 3rd July 2013 |

I have been going to the Birdfair at Rutland Water for several years, it's a great event with exhibitors and visitors from all over the world. There are several huge marquees full of all things to do with birds and bird watching; ...

Sea Ducks on the Arctic Coast of Norway

Monday 13th May 2013 |

It's been an ambition of mine for many years to photograph Eider and Long Tailed Ducks in Northen Norway, so this year in March I made that long dreamed of trip and it didn't disappoint!  I made the trip with old friend and...

Exhibition at the Harbour Gallery Conwy

Saturday 9th June 2012 |

Mike will be having a 2 week exhibition at this new gallery in the lovely town of Conwy. The exhibition will run for 2 weeks from 29 June and will consist of wildlife and landscape images taken mostly in North Wales. Ther will be about 20 framed...

Projects this Year

Alaska and the Yukon

In mid April I will be travelling to the Canadian Yukon to photograph the spring migration of Trumpeter Swans. After a week there I will make the short journey into SE Alaska where I will concentrate on Harlequin Ducks Surf Scoters and the spring migration of shorebirds.

Workshops

I will be running workshops on various aspects of Natural History Photography with the emphasis on the field aspect of the process. The use of field craft and a thorough knowledge of the subject are essential combined with an intimate understanding of camera and lenses. I will also look at the art of building and using hides in various situations as this is an essential tool in the nature photographers armoury. The courses will vary between 1 and 3 days, so do watch this space for announcements on future events.

From the Gallery

This is the area I use to showcase my work. It will be updated regularly as I produce new images, so please take the time to look and see what's new.

A Chough takes off from the Clifftop

(A Chough takes off from the Clifftop)