Inger Vandyke is a professional wildlife photo journalist and expedition leader who lives as a transplanted Australian in Lancashire. When she is not roaming the world on location, she reveres the lush green countryside of the Pennines as both her home and as a source of constant inspiration for photography.
Her work has taken her around the world and her key regions of specialisation include Antarctica, the Arctic and the Himalayas. She has over 20 years experience working in conservation and expeditions and in 2013 she was awarded international membership of the Explorer’s Club for her photographic work in documenting the vanishing cultures of Tibet.
Inger is available to participate in collaborative photography exhibitions of her home area in Clitheroe.
By appointment only