Our Photographers

John Eccles

John Eccles is a Wiltshire based freelance photographer, apart from undertaking commercial work enjoys the opportunity to photograph rural sports in the area. Fly fishing for trout on the beautiful chalk streams of Wiltshire and the River Test in Hampshire, local game shoots as well as being the photographer to The Royal Artillery Hunt which provides the unique opportunity to capture images of drag hunting on Salisbury Plain.

Zac Barrett

Zac Barrett has undying passion for the English countryside and its pursuits. Based in the Wiltshire Somerset boarders there are always plenty of rural activities on offer, armed with camera, gun, riding crop or rod, every moment spent in the countryside is time well spent. When not indulging in his countryside passions he spends most of his time expanding Country Matters ever growing range of products and designs. Zac Barrett is also the Co-founder of Country Matters Trading Ltd.

Ian Boyd

Wildlife photographer Ian Boyd is a Cotswold Farmer from the village of Whittington with a strong passion for wildlife and its habitat.

Jamie Reddihough

Jamie Reddihough aka the 'Trigger Finger Photographer' is a Scottish Borders based rural sports photographer who comes from a farming upbringing and combines a passion for rural sports and photography.

Ro Older

Ro is a freelance photographer based in rye sussex, she lives on a sheep and arable farm. Her passion for the countryside can be seen in her photography. Her main inspiration horses, during the winter months she can be found following hounds riding “Bernard” her mental pony or the safer metal a quad enabling her to see hounds work at their best and capture trail hunting as it happens, she also enjoys beating and photographing local shoots. Then summer months find Ro helping with the harvest and covering local horse trials and events.

Villager Jim

Villager Jim lives in the Heart of the White Peak at Foolow, a picturesque chocolate box village with its very own duck pond. With wonderful limestone country, lush green pastures and gorgeous walks from the door, Villager Jim doesn't have to stray too far to capture his wildlife and landscape subjects on camera. Using the landscape on his doorstep as inspiration, his passion for the Peak District and his skills at photography, he is now regarded as one the country's finest wildlife photographers. A father of two children, 3 dogs, 3 horses and countless chickens (all watched over and protected by the fearsome Ricky the Rooster) Villager Jim's love for the animal kingdom is evident in his winsome and witty images of the landscape. He likes nothing better than to get up before dawn and witness the Peak District, and its feathered and furry inhabitants, rise from their slumber along with the sun. Villager Jim has already made a name for himself with the BBC, having had his photographs used in countless Spring and Autumnwatch programmes, as well as actually winning the Spring watch competition, with a stunning photograph of a starling feeding her baby, beating 49,000 others to claim the crown. He has also seen his work adorning the cover of the BBC Facebook Nature page several times and BBC Derby's website front page recently.

Hamish Mitchell

Hamish Mitchell’s passion for photography came through love of horses and the countryside. A career as a professional photographer took off a few years ago and now has numerous commissions for top magazines like Horse & Hound, The Field and Country Life.

John Alexander

Freelance Photographer - specialising in Wedding, Landscape, Travel and Game-Shooting Photography. Stock images also available. Individual and group photography workshops now available too.

Nico Morgan

A professional freelance photography based in the East Midlands who specialises in rural and equestrian photography

George Selwin

“The sport of Horse Racing is a photographer’s dream. I have specialised since 1974. The horses and people involved are many and varied and there is never a dull moment”

Steve Round

I'm a full time wildlife photographer from North West England. I've had a passion for nature from an early age and although birds are my main subject, I photograph all aspects of wildlife.

Andy Biggar

More commonly known as the Dog Photographer, as he is considered to be the UK’s Number One dog photographer and his ability to capture the dogs personality and character is what really makes his work stand out and ensures his work is in huge demand all over the World.

Ray Hood

A Freelance photographer specializing in Fieldsport Photography and rural life style, Published Photographer Covering Game Shoots, Field Trials and most working dog photography. Based in Essex but covers most of the UK.

Brian Phipps

Mark Bridger

Mark Hancox

Rob Dougall

Rob Dougall is a travel, landscape and garden photographer based in North Devon. His work has been published and exhibited widely both nationally and internationally. He was a finalist in the International Garden Photographer of the Year competition. His work can be found at robdougallphotography.co.uk.

George Gunn

George Gunn is one of the South East’s leading field sports photographers. With a strong rural background he spends most of his winter either photographing game or hanging off the back of a quad photographing hunting.

Simon Roy

Catherine Mggregor

Sue Westwood Ruttledge

Sue Westwood-Ruttledge: I am a passionate horse owner and equine photographer based on the borders of Manchester & Cheshire.

I am fortunate to have the best job travelling the country with my work. I meet some amazing people and their horses and create those special images to treasure. I am founder of the franchise Horse Photographer UK


Catherine Mggregor

Glyn Satterley

Glyn Satterley is a very experienced Edinburgh based photographer whose heart is firmly rooted in the Scottish Highlands. He works for The Field, Country Life, Fieldsports and many other magazines and clients. He is well known for his evocative images of hunting, shooting and fishing, from work documenting Sporting Estates spanning over thirty years, and resulting in two highly acclaimed books. The Scottish National Gallery own several of his prints. See www.glynsatterley.com