"Being happy with a picture is very important, but very often there is a story behind it that needs to be told. What separates a good image from the rest is when this story is being told to the viewer. If I succeed in telling the story I will be happy." – Roy Mangersnes
Roy Mangersnes is a Norwegian land animal and nature photographer. Pursuing his passion for nature, he picked up photography while doing his masters degree in animal behaviour. Today, the ability for photography to make a difference for nature is his greatest inspiration. Roy is also partner and professional photographic host in WildPhoto Travel. He is doing assignments around the world from the Arctic to the Antarctic, Africa, South-America and the Galapagos Islands. His current conservation projects are Photographers Against Wildlife Crime, Wild Wonders of China and Sony Wildlife Explorers.
His work has been featured in:
BBC Wildlife Magazine
He has been awarded in:
Wildlife Photographer of the Year (UK)
Nature Best Awards (US)
Arctic Photographer of the Year (Russia)