Alex Wolfe-Warman

I began my career in Bristol in 1993. I have travelled extensively, working in the USA, India, Africa, South-East Asia and Europe. My photography has been published in many national and international publications, including The Times and Professional Photographer magazine. I have had solo exhibitions in Bristol 1995, Bath 2000, Seattle 2001 and Spain 2007. My work has been part of Landscape Photographer of the Year group exhibition twice, once at the National Theatre on London’s South Bank in 2008 and again when it travelled around all Network Rail Stations in the UK in 2018.  In 2017 my work was part of the group exhibition for The Marshwood Arts Awards at Bridport Arts Centre Dorset.

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14 Professional Fujifilm awards including three distinctions for my portrait photography 1993 -1998.  Highly Commended finalist in Landscape Photographer of the Year 2008.  Finalist in Travel Photographer Of The Year three times, once in 2008 and again in 2009 with 2 separate entries . Transindus Travel Photographer of the Year 2009. Highly Commended in Marshwood Arts Awards for photographs from my book Weston-Super-Mare My Home Town 2017. Landscape Photographer of the Year 2018 Urban Category Winner.

Proven Track Record

Clients have included.

Greenpeace/South East Asia, Welsh National Opera, Birmingham Royal Ballet, Marks and Spencer, National Westminster Bank, DAS, Price Waterhouse, Burgess Salmon, Unite Plc, Shaw Trust Charity, Bristol International Music Festival, Candid Records, OT Records, Jazz Journal, Venue Magazine, Professional Photographer Magazine. Feature Film (stills photographer) The Ghost of Greville Lodge with George Cole and Prunella Scales.

I also work with the charities Transform and Anyone’s Child as an activist working for drug law reform. Part of my role is to provide publicity photographs for them.