Niki has been working on Skye for 4 years now. She loves her wildlife, and has an honours degree in Zoo Biology. She’s been picking up cameras for over ten years - a habit which has fuelled a lifelong passion for nature photography.
"Although I love my wildlife, I get just as excited about other forms of nature, be it flora, fossils, or geology. For this reason I love being out in the landscape where nature excites all my senses. I love decoding the stories the land has to tell, and love showing others too."
"When it comes to photography, I am comfortable in any environment and with any subject as long as it’s natural. From sweeping wide angle landscapes to telephoto bird shots, even true 1:1 macro work, I never cease to be enthused by how the camera can capture that special moment in time."
Niki was a finalist in the prestigous Wildlife Photographer of the Year, hosted by the Natural History Museum in London, a few years ago. She’s ready to pass on her photographic knowledge and in 2017 will be mostly supervising our Beginner’s Workshops.