David Yarrow Photography
David Yarrow has built an unrivalled reputation for capturing the beauty of the planet’s remote landscapes, cultures and endangered animals. Born in Glasgow, Scotland in 1966, he is now an internationally acclaimed fine art photographer and Europe’s best selling wildlife photographer.
He is represented by some of the world’s leading galleries, with his prints selling for up to $60,000 and in America David has shown at the renowned Perot Museum in Dallas and his work is permanently on show at the new Museum of Natural History in Missouri. David’s images are among some of the most sought after pieces of work within the industry.
David has recently signed a global book deal with Rizzoli publishing house in New York, to produce a flagship book named ‘Wild Encounters’ which features work from seven continents, capturing some of Earth's most endangered species. Driven by a passion for sharing and preserving the world's last great wild cultures and species, Yarrow is as much a conservationist as a photographer and artist, and he is honoured that HRH the Duke of Cambridge, Royal Patron of Tusk, has written the foreword to the book. All author royalties from the book will be donated to Tusk by David Yarrow.
Following his very successful exhibition at Somerset House from 18th - 20th October, David is launching the book alongside Rizzoli in a series of events across the world in the last quarter of 2016, including exhibitions at Kunsthuis in Amsterdam, Fotografiska in Stockholm, La Photographie Galerie in Brussels, Holden Luntz in Palm Beach & Rotella Gallery in New York.
“David Yarrow’s images remind us of the beauty of natural world and why we cannot be generation that allows these iconic African species to disappear”. Charlie Mayhew CEO
For further details, please go to: http://davidyarrow.photography
“Today, perhaps more than ever before, Africa’s natural heritage – this incredible, sustainable resource for our and future generations – is gravely threatened.
This is why Tusk’s PACE programme is so vital, educating local people to create a sustainable life balance with the wonders of Africa’s nature. Already, it has made a real difference. Going into the future, it represents one of the most powerful tools to strengthen communities, combat poaching and save what is irreplaceable.”