Introducing Roy Mangersnes
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Roy Mangersnes is a trained behavioural ecologist, conservationists and professional photographer living in southwestern Norway. He is a former chairman of the two largest nature photography associations in Norway; BioFoto and Norwegian professional Nature photographers Association.
He has published several books, attended international exhibitions as well as won multiple international awards including awards in Wildlife Photographer of the Year (UK), European Wildlife Photographer of the Year - GDT (Germany), Nature Best Awards (USA), Golden Turtle (Russia), Golden Porpoise (China) and was awarded Arctic photographer of the year 2013 by the Global Arctic Awards (Russia).
Roy is working around the world and his images are being published in magazines and books all over. He is also an experienced speaker and has been presenting his work at several international photo festivals. Roy is working around the world and his images are being published in magazines and books all over. He is also an experienced speaker and has been presenting his work at several international photo festivals. Being a conservationist by heart Roy has also been selected to be a photographer in some of the greatest conservation photography projects in the world, the Wild Wonders of China and Photographers Against Wildlife Crime. He did an assignment with Wild Wonders of China to Dehong in Yunnan in April/May 2017, and has been delivering images and stories to the recently published bilingual edition of Photographers Against Wildlife Crime book. Roy is currently a member of the Sony Wildlife Explorer project - a conservation initiative hosted by Sony Nordic.
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