Jamie grant

South Georgia

Glaciers, amazing wildlife and abandoned whaling stations in South Georgia 


The Fairy Mountain

Exploring Scotland's heart stone  

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The High Oak

Celebrating Dartmoor in all its beguiling beauty...

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From burn to bottle

This year I'm combining two great passions: photography and whisky.


Climate change in Georgia

Documenting rural development and how climate change is devastating livelihoods in Georgia for Mercy Corps

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Kings of Lyon

I hope to have caught something of the spirit of Scotland’s longest glen as well as people  who seem to thrive in such a hostile environment.



Capturing Mercy Corps' development work in Guatemala 



 These images reflect a stillness beneath the country’s characteristic colour and vibrancy.



I have loved the Bolivian Altiplano (Highlands) ever since I first travelled there almost twenty years ago.

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Republic of Cape Verde

This collection of small islands in the mid Atlantic (once the last stopping off point for mariners before they struck out for the New World) are not for the faint hearted....

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I have started work on a new black and white project on Schiehallion with my writer friend James Richardson. Schiehallion is one of the most accessible and popular mountains in the Scottish Highlands and stands at the very heart of the country. Its conical shape and unique geology...

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The High Oak

Last september I made a five-day walk with two old friends Marcus Noble and James Richardson across Dartmoor. Setting of in sunshine we journeyed through rain, mist and myth to the ancient oak woodlands of Piles Copse, Wistman’s Wood and Black-a-Tot-Beare. We have just published with Watermill Books...

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Sunset on the high moor

From burn to bottle

I’ve been lucky enough this year to combine two great passions: photography and whisky. As part of the all new Tummel and Tay Festivel, running from the 23rd to the 25th of May, I’ve been commissioned to show an exhibition of photos focused on whisky across...

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Tales from the sea

I was sent last summer by Scottish Wildlife Trust to photograph and interview people on the west coast who make their lives directly or indirectly from the sea in response to the consultation on proposed Marine Protected Areas in Scotland. I focused on Assynt and Coigach and met...

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Journey to the Ends of the Earth

My journey to South Georgia started in my imagination many long years ago. I was a teenager, browsing through my father’s collection of dusty hard-back books of travel and distant adventure when Sir Earnest Shackleton’s South practically jumped off the shelf. The spine was so broken...

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The Monarch of Glen Feshie

Scottish Wildlife Trust Magazine, Jan 2016

It is the summer of 1850 and Sir Edwin Landseer sits in his modest artist’s retreat in Glen Feshie, completing the final sketches of what will become one of the most famed depictions of the Scottish Highlands. Renowned for his ability to paint with both hands at the same...

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Rewilding our Cities

Scottish Wildlife Trust Magazine, May 2015

Edinburgh based landscape gardener John Frater could hear the new roadside verge he had designed in Portobello long before he saw it. The air was thick with the contented buzz of bees, hoverflies and wasps, all feeding on a profusion of tall prairie flowers. Gone was the monotone of mowed...

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Nature’s Children

Scottish Wildlife Trust Magazine, November 2014

Bugs have been treated to some luxury accommodation in a small patch of woodland in the Scottish borders this autumn. Their new hotel is a multi-storied construction of the finest wood pallets, packed full of sticks and grasses.The little hands that made it have since moved on to building...

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Song for the Wild

TGO Magazine, May 2014

“Climb the mountains and get their good tidings.” John Muir’s invitation echoes down the years and tugs at me every time I dip into one of his books. His enthusiasm for wild places is so irresistible, his faith in its restorative power so complete. He remained...

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