Alex Saberi is a London-based photographer for National Geographic. Alex started his photography journey in his nearby Richmond park. This photos of the park were picked up by much of the UK press and subsequently he signed a book deal for these photos of Richmond park and also was signed up by National Geographic. Alex's second largest project has been photographing a part of the Atlantic rainforest in Brazil . A book of these photos was published in Brazil with the title Ubatuba. Many of his photos can be also hired for commercial marketing and advertising needs through www.gettyimages.co.uk You can find Alex at his stall of photographic prints of Richmond park and London most sundays in Richmond's Duckpond market in Heron square.
Probably my most well known and largest collection of photos is of Richmond Park in London.
Photos taken around the beautiful Richmond riverside. From the classic Richmond hill to the tranquil riverside.
Collections of photos of London reflected and refracted in the rain. One of my more artistic series.
One of my favourite series of photographs taken thorugh restaurant windows of people dining in and around central London.
A collection of Alex's favourite photographs and locations he has travelled to over the last 15 years.
Photographs of a 5 year book project in the stunning tropical paradise of Ubatuba. Mountains, jungles and stunning bird life.
My photos of Richmond park will be again published in a new version, Richmond Park - London's Wildlife Haven, this April. With over 90% new material. You can order this book on the Waterstones' website..
You can purchase many of these photos via my website or alternatively I run a stall in Richmond's DuckPond market most Sundays, with mounted and framed prints. Read more about me and contact me here.