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Spirit of the Arctic

A new collection of wildlife images, from the frozen north

Considered to be a leading wildlife photographer amongst her contemporaries, Rachel Bigsby is carving an awe-inspiring career whilst representing young and self-taught photographers.

Best known for her fine-art work with seabirds and her role as a Nikon Creator, by the age of 25 Rachel had achieved a wealth of accolades, including as a finalist in the five of the world's leading wildlife photography competitions. 

Rachel Bigsby, Wildlife Photographer
A male polar bear, glancing over it's shoulder, with blood on it's fur from a fresh kill and snow on it's wet nose.


Limited Edition &
Signature Prints

Handpicked by the artist herself, Rachel's collection of photographs are a testament to her creative skill as well as her knowledge as a naturalist.

Rachel has devoted her adult life to mastering her self-taught art. Years of dedication, diligence and artistry have accumulated into an unstoppable, creative energy, fuelled by an inherited passion for the natural world. For this reason, Rachel has chosen her most treasured photographs to serve as a profound and artistic reminder of our precious planet.

NEW Workshops:

Diving Gannets and Image Editing with Nikon School

On this wildlife experience day, we will be covering all aspects of photographing seabirds and will show you how to capture great images of diving gannets. There will also be time for an image editing session as well the opportunity to photograph many other seabirds from the cliffs at the RSPB reserve.


June 23 | 06:00 - 16:00 (UK)

RSPB Bempton Cliffs

Rachel Bigsby, Wildlife Photographer

Next Event:

Global Bird Fair

Speaking of her 'seabird summer', find Rachel at:

July 15 | 14:30 - 15:00 (UK)

Curlew Stage

July 16 | 14:30 - 15:00 (UK)

Curlew Stage

‘Rachel’s uniquely creative approach to wildlife photography held us captive from the moment we were first introduced to it. Her technical mastery of exposure and focus empower some truly beautiful compositions, the likes of which are rarely seen from someone so early in their career.’
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