Stephanie Foote is a wildlife photographer and videographer with a first class degree in Natural History Photography. Based in the historic city of Cambridge, Stephanie hopes to bridge the gap between the science and arts, using her camera as a tool to bring people closer to nature and highlight the threats to wildlife and habitats around the world.
In 2017 a special interest in mountain ecosystems and environmental education led her self publish a children's publication about the wildlife of The Aiguilles Rouges in France. This project aims to inspire young audiences to have an interest in the mountain ranges flora and fauna but also raises awareness concerning climate change and invasive species.
Stephanie now works as a contributing photographer and writer for The Canid Project. Working in collaboration with Amy Shutt she is producing a documentary and series of images examining the complex relationships between humans and red foxes in the UK. She hopes her project will encourage peaceful coexistence with this native predator.
She is a member of the Female Nature Photography network. Her work was highly commended in the British Wildlife Photography Awards in 2016 and another photograph received commended in the International Garden Photographer of the Year in 2017.
Stephanie recently worked as a photographer for Rangers Without Borders - Eurasia a National Geographic sponsored multidisciplinary project in partnership with WWF. During the expeditons she worked to document vital research on the frontline of wildlife conservation in Kyrgyzstan, Lithuania and Poland.
Stephanie hopes to work in environmental communications full time, and is happy to answer any queries via email.