The must-have photography monograph of the year, this lavish oversized volume celebrates David Yarrow's unparalleled wildlife imagery.
For more than two decades, legendary British photographer David Yarrow has been putting himself in harm's way to capture immersive and evocative photography of the world's most revered and endangered species. With his images heightening awareness of those species and also raising huge sums for charity and conservation, he is one of the most relevant photographers in the world today.
Featuring Yarrow's 150 most iconic photographs, this book offers a truly unmatched view of some of the world's most compelling animals. The collection of stunning images, paired with Yarrow's first-person contextual narrative, offers insight into a man who will not accept second best in his relentless pursuit of excellence.
David Yarrow Photography offers a balanced retrospective of his spectacular work in the wild and his staged storytelling work, which has earned him wide acclaim in the fine-art market. Yarrow rarely just takes pictures--he almost always makes them. This approach sets him apart from others in the field.
Yarrow's work will awaken our collective conscience, and--true to form--he plans to donate all the royalties from this book to conservation
About the Author
David Yarrow's unique portrayal of the natural world has earned him a global following, with exhibitions at some of the world's foremost museums and galleries. Tom Brady is considered the greatest NFL quarterback of all time, and is the only player in NFL history to win six Super Bowls. Away from the field, Brady supports his wife, Gisele Bündchen, in her work as a Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations Environment Program.
“David Yarrow doesn’t take pictures; he makes them. Critical of typical, documentary-style wildlife photography, the British fine-art photographer is known for getting up close to his subjects—even when they’re apex predators. ‘The biggest difference between art and reportage is proximity and emotion,’ he says. To achieve that difference, Yarrow might face a charging elephant, wait for the perfect 10 minutes of light, or spend 99 hours tracking a tiger. His new eponymous book features 150 of his most compelling photographs.” —American Way Magazine