He has been an active voluntary conservationist for many years. In 1989 he was a founder member of Friends of Cardigan Bay, set up to campaign on marine conservation issues. He took on various roles within the group over a ten-year period, including leading a successful campaign for responsible sewage disposal off the Welsh coast. In 2015 he surveyed a large number of footpaths in north Ceredigion as part of the Ramblers Association's Pathwatch project. He has made significant donations to two charities - the RSPB and Rewilding Britain - following sales at his Bird/land exhibition.
Welcome to Wild Wales, Jeremy Moore's main photography website.
Jeremy Moore is based in mid-Wales, and specialises in the photographs of Welsh landscape and wildlife. An eclectic approach to his subject matter underlies a range of images from the purely abstract to the documentary. His work is always informed by a thorough understanding of the Welsh environment. He has been fully professional since 1991.
He publishes a range of distinctive postcards - Wild Wales / Cymru Wyllt, - now (2016) in their thirtieth year. For many years he has also worked on self-generated and publisher-led photographic projects. His most recent book was "Wales at Water's Edge" (with the author Jon Gower) published in 2012. He is currently working on a new book with Jon Gower, due for publication in 2018.
In 2013 he undertook a lengthy landscape commission for the Countryside Council for Wales. The National Library of Wales has a large collection of his photographs.
His exhibition Bird/land
showed at Aberystwyth Arts Centre during June to August 2016
He has a very large collection of interesting and inspiring images of Wales and elsewhere in his own photographic library.