Laurie is one of Scotland's leading natural history and landscape photographers, and his own picture library of over 120,000 images is the most extensive of its kind by any single photographer working in Scotland. He also contributes to three other libraries: NHPA, RSPB IMAGES and GETTY IMAGES. His award winning photographs regularly feature in magazines, books, exhibitions, displays and company reports, and are distributed in a wide range of products from calendars and postcards to mouse-mats and prints.
He regularly revisits the same areas in order to gain in-depth coverage of rare or elusive species such as the golden eagle, and spent over six years photographing these birds for the highly acclaimed book 'Golden Eagles'. However, Laurie does not neglect more commonplace subjects and works just as intensively to find creative and inventive ways of recording them. Most of his work is carried out in the field using 35mm equipment and natural lighting whenever possible. He is dedicated to photographing genuinely wild creatures in their natural habitats.
Laurie is the author of two books - 'The Wildlife Photographs of Laurie Campbell' and 'The RSPB Guide to Bird and Nature Photography', and he has illustrated several others including 'The Great Wood of Caledon', 'The Cairngorm Reindeer', 'Wild Scotland', 'Badgers' and 'Golden Eagles'. His most recent book 'Highlanders' features Scotland's ancient breed of long-haired cattle. Laurie writes regularly for 'Outdoor Photography' (UK) magazine and has appeared in the television programmes 'Wildshots', 'The Photoshow' and 'BG Wildlife Photographer of the Year'. To date he has won 23 awards (including 3 Category Winners) in the prestigious BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition.
Here's a link to Laurie's website: https://www.lauriecampbell.com/ .