“Graeme Green photographs diverse cultures, landscapes and wildlife with creativity, patience and sensitivity. His richly colourful images convey appreciation and respect for the enchanted, beautiful world we are fortunate to inhabit.” (Michael Kenna)
Graeme Green is a British photographer, journalist and travel writer. For 15 years, he has travelled the world with a camera and a notepad, from Japan to Haiti to Ethiopia. His work encompasses traditional and modern cultures, global issues, wildlife and outdoor adventure.
“Graeme Green’s skills pack a one-two punch for writing and photography. As a writer, he brings humour and compassion to his subjects; as a photographer, he brings them to life.” (Art Wolfe)
“Graeme Green has an eye for capturing cultures with a particular sensitivity. He gives a vibrant testimony of the world we live in.” (Steve McCurry)
“Graeme Green is a rarity within the world of photography. Not only is he a talented intellectual writer, but he is also a very established and talented practitioner of the art of photography.” (Jimmy Nelson)