More importantly, Yarrow’s work represents his passion for philanthropy and conservation, something he is keen to showcase through his Nikon European Ambassador Special Project, which he is currently shooting in Amboseli, Kenya.
David Yarrow comments, “My photography career has been less than conventional, and it’s fair to say I have refused to be pigeonholed into one central “theme” or “area of expertise”. Yet throughout this, photography has remained a method of redemption and escapism for me; an opportunity to explore far flung corners of the world and capture extreme environments and the rare wildlife that call these places home.
Nikon’s cameras and NIKKOR lenses have played a huge part in every path I’ve chosen. Its aesthetics and ergonomics have just got better and better, and I struggle to think of another brand who understands the needs of professional and amateur photographers alike. Photography is the art form of our generation and I hope my work as a Nikon European Ambassador will help encourage and inspire people to use their mobile phones less and their eyes more. That’s what this job is all about.”