Announcement: Bird Eye Books to publish British Wildlife Photography Awards Volume 12

Bird Eye Books to publish volume 12 of the British Wildlife Photography Awards book

Bird Eye Books (an imprint of Graffeg) are proud to announce that we will once again be working with the British Wildlife Photography Awards to publish their latest book of brilliant photography.

Publishing to coincide with the awards show in March 2024, British Wildlife Photography Awards 12 will once again showcase over 250 of the winning and shortlisted entries from the 2024 competition, highlighting the vast array of wildlife that calls the UK its home.

Will Nicholls, Director of British Wildlife Photography Awards, says, ‘We are thrilled to be working with Graffeg again on the latest edition of the British Wildlife Photography Awards collection book. The care and consideration taken over the project by Graffeg is everything we want to see in a publisher, and the final product is of fantastic quality. We look forward to sharing the latest images from BWPA through Collection 12 with Graffeg.’

Matthew Howard, Publishing Director of Graffeg, adds, ‘We had our first opportunity to publish the British Wildlife Photography Awards in 2023 and were quite simply blown away by the quality of work that this competition attracted. So we’re delighted to once again bring the very best of wildlife photography to a UK audience and showcase the natural world of these fabulous islands.’

Bird Eye Books will be publishing British Wildlife Photography Awards 12 will the financial support of Books Council of Wales.

Notes to Editors: 
Please contact to request interviews or images for editorial use or to request more information on this title.

Bird Eye Books is an imprint from Graffeg designed to publish high-quality illustrated books about the visual arts. We work with authors, artists, sculptors, ceramicists, photographers, illustrators, crafts people, architects and other creatives to publish beautiful books about our visual culture. 

British Wildlife Photography Awards was founded in 2009 by Maggie Gowan and has since grown into the greatly revered and treasured competition that it is today. Since 2022, the competition is now directed by photographer Will Nicholls.  

British Wildlife Photography Awards 11


Publication March 2023

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