Angela Robertson-Buchanan is an award-winning nature photographer, published children’s author and a passionate wildlife advocate, specialising in bird rehabilitation.
After gaining her degree in art, design and media at Portsmouth University in the UK, Angela worked as a cruise ship photographer. This fast-paced work honed her skills in travel, portrait, social and wildlife photography.
In 2002 Angela moved to Sydney from the UK and fell in love with the nature here, especially the parrots! Here she trained as a wildlife rescuer and carer and now specialises in bird rehabilitation.
Angela now combines her interests in wildlife and photography by creating projects and exhibitions where she can convey a conservation message, as well as supporting wildlife organisations by donating prints or a percentage of sales.
Angela offers workshops to aspiring wildlife photographers, with the aim of promoting ethical photography. Angela also founded an annual Bird Week exhibition which coincides with National Bird Week to support BirdLife Australia
Angela has been a Nikon user since her cruise-ship days! At the moment is using the D850 with various lenses. She would like to progress to the Z9!