Neil Aldridge is a conservationist and award-winning photographer. He is also a lecturer in Marine and Natural History Photography at Falmouth University, a published author, a professional wildlife guide and a trustee of the charities Animals Saving Animals and Poaching Prevention.
His photography has won awards all over the world, including the overall title of European Wildlife Photographer of the Year and the NPPA's Best of Photojournalism award for environmental storytelling. His work has featured amongst the winners of the coveted World Press and Wildlife Photographer of the Year contests, and he has twice been a winner of British Wildlife Photography Awards.
In 2017 he became a trustee of Poaching Prevention, a charity that works to prevent poaching of rhinos, elephants and other endangered species, through the provision of technology, equipment and specialist training. In 2018, Neil became a trustee of Animals Saving Animals. The charity trains dogs to carry out vital security and anti-poaching work around the world, with enormous success.