Matthew is a London-based photographer and filmmaker specialising in wildlife and travel. His work has received recognition in Wildlife Photographer of the Year and Travel Photographer of the Year, and his films such as the documentary “Start Small. Start Now. Hong Kong’s Plastic Story.” have been viewed millions of times after being displayed in Hong Kong’s Times Square and on Cathay Pacific’s in flight entertainment system.
Matthew's photography and filmmaking work focuses on telling captivating stories with attention-grabbing, eye-catching, honest visuals. Alongside a strong narrative, he loves to use dramatic light in order to create a unique, striking and inimitable end result.
Matthew recently held his debut solo wildlife photography exhibition in London. The collection, titled 'Individuals', focuses on telling the personal stories of the animals he has spent time following in the Maasai Mara. By highlighting their unique, personal stories and showing animals to be emotional individuals rather than just an anonymous statistic in a wider population, Matthew hopes to promote a desire to protect and care for this precious wildlife. You can read more about the exhibition here.
As well as selling photography prints and exhibiting, Matthew’s work regularly appears in international publications such as National Geographic Traveler Magazine, Conde Nast and Lonely Planet. His collection of travel, wildlife, landscape and documentary photography comprises images from 50 countries and covers a diverse range of subjects; from lions hunting in Kenya and portraits of remote tribes in Myanmar, to otherworldly landscapes of the Atacama Desert and volcano climbing adventures in Ecuador.