Andy Latham specialises in the wonderful landscapes of northern Engalnd. He is a regular contributor to magazine publications Outdoor Photography and Country Walking as well as many others. In 2004 he won the coveted title of Practical Photography’s Photographer of the Year. His images have been used by Mamiya for a nationwide advertising campaign and by Fujifilm UK as the cover for their 2007 desk diary. Clients include Blackburn with Darwen council and the Lancashire Wildlife Trust.
The majority of his work is taken on a Mamiya 7II medium format rangefinder which produces high quality results. Increasingly he is also using an Ebony 5x4 large format field camera. Film is still his preferred choice as it is a tangible connection to landscape.
Andy's first book, "Landscapes of the Ribble," was published by Frances Lincoln in January 2010.
The website contains a selection of images illustrating the range and quality of his work. All images, and many more, are available for editorial and commercial use – just contact him with your requirements. He also offers talks to camera clubs in the Lancashire area.