One of Australia’s most renowned photographers Jason Edwards, has been at the forefront in natural history photography for more than three decades. His acclamation within the industry has stretched to over 25 years, being a two-time winner of the Eureka Prize for Science Photography.
Jason’s main focus is now National Geographic, which has allowed him to explore dozens of countries and to every continent on the planet. He is currently the face of National Geographic Pure Photography. A selection of natural History vignettes that document him on assignment as he chronicles the world’s natural wonders. One of his most exciting projects is being an Associate Fellow of The Conservation Photographers (ILCP). An organisation that utilises the power of photography to educate and inspire people globally about conservation issues. Jason highlights issues affecting wildlife, the environment and indigenous communities.
We have been lucky enough to work with Jason Edwards on some of our landscape design projects. His ability to capture the mood is shown through the images he is able to produce.
Working on a garden lighting photoshoot, Jason was able to convey our design and provide mood evoking imagery.
Jason was able to capture the architecture of the building, as well as highlight the various elements created though the classic contemporary style garden we designed.