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Learn Digital Photography with Mark Brion, Outdoor Photographer.

Mark Brion

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Based in Oxfordshire UK, Mark is an award-winning natural world photographer, freelance photojournalist and wildlife conservationist.

Additionally, he is also a photography workshop leader and qualified drone pilot.

A serious photographer for over twenty years, he turned professional in 2013.

Mark is inspired by the  “great outdoors” and this is reflected in his wildlife, landscapes, seascapes and other natural world photography.

Wildlife Conservation is an important part of Mark’s photography. He researches and produces photographic stories to raise awareness of wildlife issues globally.




Award-winning Natural World Photographer

Wildlife, landscapes and seascapes images for magazines, social media, websites, advertising, tourism and other outdoor organisations



Researches and produces photography based stories highlighting wildlife conservation and animal welfare issues


Wildlife Conservation Projects

Researches and produces visual imagery and written articles to raise awareness of wildlife conservation issues globally


Photography Workshops

Leads small-group photography workshops focused on wildlife, landscapes and seascapes both in the UK and internationally


Aerial Imagery

Aerial photography and video imagery taken by an experienced and qualified Drone Pilot | Operator


Photography Workshops

Mark leads small-group photography workshops set in visually beautiful locations both in the UK and internationally to guide photo enthusiasts in the best ways to improve their skills and knowledge.

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An important part of Mark's photography work is to research, investigate and produce photo stories to highlight and raise awareness of wildlife conservation and animal welfare issues globally.

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