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Congratulations to Brent for being named 2017 Wildlife Photographer of the Year!

With a raw portrait of a rhino killed by poachers, photojournalist Brent Stirton has been named the 2017 Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
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Brent about Lions at Visa Pour L'Image.
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Brent receiving the prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2017 award at the Natural History Museum in London:
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Natural History Museum, London was live — at Natural History Museum, London.

We were live at the Museum for an #NHM_Live special broadcast of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year awards ceremony, where we learnt who was crowned the #WPY...53 Young and Adult Wildlife Photographer of the Year. Watch the recording to find out the finalists and category winners and to hear grand title winners' reactions.

Be one of the first to see all the winning photos of #WPY53 in person when the new Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition opens at the Museum on Fri 20 Oct:

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If you are in France this summer, come see Brent's exhibit at La Gacilly Photo Festival in Brittany. The festival opened yesterday and the exhibits will be on through 30th of September.

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Brent discusses his approach to photography in this video interview with Vogue Italia. Molto bella!

Brent Stirton, born in South Africa in 1969, is a reportage photographer renowned for his work which explores and inv

Brent was one of three National Geographic photographers honored by the 2017 World Press Photo awards.

A prestigious photo contest honored three National Geographic photographers for their work photographing rhinos, pandas, and a 3,000-mile-long train trip.

Image from Brent's prizewinning Rhino poaching series (2017 World Press Photo, Nature Stories)

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**Congratulations** to Brent for winning First Place in Nature Stories in the 2017 World Press Photo awards, for his powerful work on rhino poaching in Africa!!

A black rhino bull is seen dead, poached for its horns less than 8 hours earlier at Hluhluwe Umfolozi Game Reserve, South Africa. It is suspected that the killers came from a local community approximately 5 kilometers away, entering the park illegally, shooting the rhino at a water hole with a high-...

National Geographic's "Best Photographs of 2016" collection includes 6 images by Brent.

Here is a gallery of National Geographic's 52 best images of the year—curated from 91 photographers, 107 stories, and 2,290,225 photographs.

Brent's iconic gorilla photo has been chosen as one of the 100 most influential images of all time, by TIME Magazine. Fantastic!

A reminder that human conflict affects more than just the people caught in its crossfire

Brent's photo of the Tuareg people in Niger is featured in this Time Magazine compilation.

Eight photographers discuss the effects of climate change

This is Bryan Christy appearing on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah talking about Brent's and Bryan's Rhino horn piece in the October issue of National Geographic Magazine.…/the-daily-show-with-trevor-noah-exclusi…

Bryan Christy discusses his National Geographic investigation on illegal rhino horn trade.

Brent's project on blindness had a few different National Geographic September covers around the world. His favorite is this German cover.

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Canon Professional Network interviews award-winning photographer Brent Stirton on his career as one of the world’s top photojournalists.

Great interview with Brent last week at Visa Pour L'Image Perpignan 2016.

Canon Professional Network interviews Canon Ambassador Brent Stirton on his award-winning 'Ivory Wars' project, exhibited this year at Visa pour l'Image.