Richard enters selected images from time to time in esteemed competitions with his work regularly being acknowledged with nominations and awards as listed below:
Mono Awards 2018 - Honorable Mention for silhouette of elephant and calf in Amboseli.
International Color Awards 2018 - nominee
Neutral Density Photography Awards 2018 - Honorable Mention for series of silhouettes of birds on misty lake.
Fine Art Photography Awards 2017 – nominee in pro wildlife category.
International Color Awards 2017 – 2 nominations in professional wildlife category.
Fine Art Photography Awards 2016 – 2 nominees in pro wildlife category.
International Photography Awards 2016 – Honorable Mention for series of 5 Etosha waterhole silhouettes.
International Color Awards 2016 – Honorable Mention for Blue-tailed Damselfly.
Fine Art Photography Awards 2015 – 1st place in wildlife category for professionals with Exposed Grizzlies and nominee with Etosha Giants series.
Neutral Density Awards 2015 – Honorable Mention for a series of Etosha silhouettes.
Mono Awards 2015 – Honorable Mention for gull splash landing.
International Color Awards 2015 – 4 nominations.
International Photography Awards 2015 – Honorable Mention for Reticulated Giraffe beside mother.
International Loupe Awards 2014 – 2 Bronze Awards for Lion Portrait and Swans at Dawn.
International Color Awards 2014 – Honorable Mention for silhouette of elephant drinking and 3 nominations.
Neutral Density Awards 2014 – 3 Honorable Mentions – Anolis Lizard, Impala Drinking and Giraffes Necking.
International Photography Awards 2014 – Honorable Mention for series of Maasai Mara Giraffes.
Monochrome Awards 2014 – 2nd place for 4 cheetahs and 3 honorable mentions.
International Photography Awards 2013 - Honorable Mention for a series of ‘vintage’ wildlife portraits.
International Photography Awards 2013 - Honorable Mention for a series of studies of elephants in Etosha National Park, Namibia.
International Color Awards 2013 – 2 nominations in the Wildlife and Nature categories for professionals - Westcombe Bay and Hippos Sparring.
Photographer’s Forum 33rd Annual Spring Photography Contest – Finalist with photograph of a row of zebras drinking.
International Loupe Awards 2013 – Bronze Award for image of a lone giraffe and tree in the Mara.
International Photography Awards 2012 - Honorable Mention in the Landscapes category for professional photographers – Hartland Quay.
International Loupe Awards 2012 – Bronze Award for hippos sparring in the Serengeti.
International Loupe Awards 2012 - Bronze Award for Rindomo Gorge in Greece.
Black & White Spider Awards 2012 - 5 nominations in the wildlife, silhouettes and nature categories for professional photographers – Wildebeest Stampede, Elephants Communing, Dead Vlei trees, Elephant Calf Silhouette, Orang-utans.
Black and White Photographer of the Year competition run by Black + White Photography magazine - runner-up in the Living World category with 4 cheetahs in the Mara.
Black and White Spider Awards 2011 - Honorable Mention for 4 cheetahs image.
Photographic Safaris in Africa for 2019
Due to other commitments, I am not lining up any further safaris for 2019. However, please do contact me to register any interest for 2020.
Kenya - the prime reserves of Amboseli and the Maasai Mara - February 2020.
Dates – Saturday 8th to Saturday 15th February, 2020.
On this 8-day photography safari we visit two of Africa’s most famous reserves, which provide unrivalled opportunities to photograph the continent’s most iconic wildlife in wonderful and dramatic settings.
Group size – 5 participants
Namibia's Etosha National Park and Namib Rand Reserve - November 2020
Dates: Sunday 15th November to 24th November 2020
Namibia offers unique opportunities for both wildlife and landscape photography. It is a vast country with a population of only 2 million. Large parts are desert with much of the rest being open savannah country dotted by dramatic mountain ranges. Its colour palette of blue skies, orange sand-mountains and yellow grasslands contributes to some unforgetable vistas. Much of its wildlife is uniquely adapted to this arid environment and wonderfully photogenic.
Group size 5 participants