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Jonathan Webb

I am a zoologist and published nature photographer from the UK, currently based in Europe. I am self-taught, having over 7 years of photography experience, and specialise in taking a photojournalistic approach to documenting the complexity of human-animal relationships in the 21st century. My mission is to use thought-provoking imagery to bring untold stories to the attention of both policy makers and the public, in a bid to spread awareness of the innate value of animal lives and support the work of independent animal welfare organisations.


Subscribe to my website here for occassional email updates, see my videos on my youtube channel, and a list of my camera gear here.

I graduated with a Master's degree in Zoology in 2019 and have worked as a research assistant and researcher since. I am most interested in projects carried out on the interaction between animal behaviour, ecology, and cognition, and have studied a range of species: Asian elephants, marsupials, hermit crabs, kea, New Caledonian crows, ravens, and various Australian birds.

View my published scientific articles on ResearchGate or contact me directly here

If you like my work and would like to support me, you can contact me to buy prints/stickers or Buy Me a Coffee.

Photographic Achivements



  • Council Prize WINNER for video contest of ASAB Winter 2023 conference

  • Published in BBC Wildlife Magazine 2023 Calendar




  • Image published in Wild Planet Photo Magazine November 2020


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