Bio-Images is the Natural History image resource established by wildlife photographer Jason Edwards.
Bio-Images specialises in wildlife, remote landscape, and indigenous people
the years, Jason has built a library of more than one hundred thousand images from dozens of
countries, featuring mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and aquatic organisms, as well
as the landscapes they inhabit, and the people who share their ecosystems.
At Bio-Images our images convey a particular quality or emotion that sets
apart from other photo libraries offering similar subject matter. The reason?
We approach wildlife photography from a basis of understanding animal
behaviour. Jason is one of a select core of photographers represented by
the National Geographic Society in Washington DC.
Gathering Natural History imagery is by definition an arduous and
demanding task. It requires self-reliance, patience, and a love of the subject matter.
It is this understanding of the environment and of animal behaviour having an idea
of what an animal is about to do, how it will move and why, that enables Jason to
capture his subjects so instinctively.
Bio-Images photographs appear in many publications
around the world
to magazines, posters to the Internet. Our work has also been featured in numerous
advertising campaigns, where images with strong metaphorical themes are often
required. With an international client base, publishers and advertisers appreciate
our unique approach to their queries and requirements.
We supply both film and digital image formats. Our website features a selection
of images. Please feel free to contact us should you require subject matter that
is not currently online or if you have queries regarding material already listed.