About Me

This page should not really be about me, but about you, “the client” and how I can deliver to you, a set of images that you, your company or your publication will be satisfied with.

My emphasis is to work closely, and on a one to one basis with you, and to find out all of your specific requirements and needs so that the final result will be a product you are 100% satisfied with.

“The cliché comes not in what you shoot but in how you shoot it.” ― David duChemin

I was born in Leicester in 1968 but since my thirties I moved away. I am currently based in Northamptonshire. Having travelled to over 50 different countries around the world I have been fortunate to have seen many amazing sights, I also lived in Australia for a while too.

Following my passion for Wildlife, Travel and Photography I managed to progress to the Semi-final stage of the 2011 Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition with my image of a Rhinoceros Hornbill and a Serpent Eagle fighting over their territory on the banks of the Kinabatangan River in Borneo.

I started out with my editorial work by first becoming an assistant to my now, good friend and colleague, John Robertson, I assisted him on work for various media companies and newspapers including the Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph and The Guardian.

Since then I have done work for these publications and many others.

I have had commissioned shoots for Fast Bikes magazine (front cover Dec 2012) and covered corporate events for PR/media companies etc, all around the UK.

I am now working for a picture agency based in the UK (Sportpix/Stockpix), distributing news and sport images worldwide.

I cover all types of Sport which includes Golf (PGA tours and opens), Premiership Football, Premiership Rugby, Basketball, Cricket and Canoe slalom. I also cover motorsport events which include various formulas from F1and the World Endurance Championship to the British GT Championship. I have worked for various teams and drivers submitting high quality, unique images.

If you are interested in hiring my services and want to know more on what I can offer you as a client, and/or to discuss my rates, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Kind Regards

Wayne Neal

Nomadic Monk Images

“The single most important component of a camera is the twelve inches behind it!”  – Ansel Adams

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