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

By the young age of 25, Rachel had achieved remarkable accolades, including that of a Nikon Creator and finalist in the world's leading photography competitions; Bird Photographer of the Year and British Wildlife Photographer of the Year.

Her work is routinely published and endorsed by Nikon, National Geographic, BBC Wildlife Magazine and the RSPB. In addition, Rachel's work has been commissioned for several best selling books and magazines.

Years of dedication, diligence and artistry have accumulated into an unstoppable, creative energy, fuelled by an inherited passion for the natural world. 

Her vision is to introduce and connect a global audience to her work by depicting beauty, vulnerability and creatively communicating stories and species that illustrate the irreplaceable value of our natural world. ​

Rachel's unique and signature style united with her ethical documentation of wild species in their natural habitats is not only a testament to her creative skill, but her knowledge as a naturalist. For this reason, each print has been carefully hand picked from her portfolio to serve as a profound and artistic reminder of our precious planet.
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Ink: Canon Lucia Pro Pigment Inks

Printer: Canon imagePROGRAF PRO Series

Paper: Fotospeed Platinum Baryta 300 Signature Paper*


*Platinum Baryta 300 is a 100% acid free, Fine Art paper with a smooth unglazed gloss surface. A natural white base and state of the art micro-porous ink receiving layer delivers a high brightness and wide colour gamut. Platinum Baryta 300 reveals delicate highlights and smooth transitions to shadows for both colour and black and white printing.


Please note: Prints do not come with a mount or a frame. You will receive the print wrapped in acid-free tissue paper, secured in a sturdy postal tube to prevent damage in transit.

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