Thorsten Milse- wildlifephotography is an internationally renowned nature and wildlife photographer/cinematographer.
In many regions of the world, he photographed countless species and habitats. His main topics are endangered species: the last large, charismatic animals on earth. His strong focus is on conservation. In this context he works on different programs together with the WWF, World Wide Found for Nature such as the Global Arctic Program, Tiger protection and the Snow Leopard, Conservation project in Mongolia.
For some companies I have developed and executed concepts and designs for campaigns. Photo and 4K film productions in the Amazon Jungle, Madagascar, Alps, coastline South America and in Africa.
Among many awards, he won the Grand Prize at the American Nature Photo Competition Nature’s Best, a prize at the prestigious BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year and received the prize as Best Reportage Photographer. His last book Polar World was awarded the prize as best Book of Nature at the International Photography Awards.
In terms of nature, he published several worldwide successful coffee-table books.
Published his photo stories in magazines such as GEO, BBC Wildlife, Stern, National Geographic, Newsweek, Terre Sauvage among others. His photos are marketed by international agencies and appears worldwide in books, post cards, calendars and in advertising.
His photographic exhibitions were already in whole Germany, Russia/Moscow, United Kingdom, France or United States to see.
For several years he is an official Ambassador of the company Canon and also he is a brand Ambassador for the company Sachtler/Vitec Group, f-stop, Peli Products and Toshiba Memory Products. He is a member in the Adobe Advocacy Program and holds lectures, workshops, presentations and special photo tours worldwide
You find my work and images here: Adobe Stock
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33758 Schloss Holte-Stukenbrock, Germany
33699 Bielefeld, Germany
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