50 % of profits to environmental charities



James Muir is a photographer and conservation biologist from the UK. James has worked for the last 6 years on numerous wildlife and environmental conservation projects around the world. In 2019, he was awarded a fellowship from the Royal Geographical Society for his contribution to work in these fields.
James has worked closely with Operation Wallacea, the sister organisation of The Wallacea Trust, gathering data on threatened ecosystems in some of the poorest and most remote areas on earth. Capturing images along the way in his unique, vivid style, aiming to highlight the beauty and fragility of cultures and environments that we are at risk of losing.

 Spending much of the winter in the French Alps, Protect our Winters UK is also a charity that is close to his heart. The thought of snowless seasons in future years isn't a happy one.

James continues to work as a photographer providing images for brands and companies that share his passion for adventure, travel and environmental conservation. His images have been published in various magazines and newspapers and in 2018, he was shortlisted for the 'Sunday Times Big Shot Travel Photographer of the year'. 

"Knowing first-hand that the vital conservation work done by these organisations relies heavily on donations, half of the profits generated from sales on this site will be donated to environmental charities. Each charity collection has been designed to showcase the environments and cultures that the respective organisations are working so hard to protect."

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