Jeremy Moore

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, and has recently been described as "Wales's leading environmental photographer" 

He publishes a range of distinctive postcards - Wild Wales / Cymru Wyllt, - now (2017) in their thirty-first 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.  

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.