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If you wish to use Simon's images for editorial work, you can now licence them through Alamy Stock library online.

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How exciting?!

Welcome to the brand new Simon Palmer website. A completely new, redesigned site.

A cleaner, stripped down website with less clutter. In creating this new site, Simon's desire was to really focus on his upcoming Limited Editions, books, and blog. Simon still supports charities with his work, and is an ambassador for AfriCat UK, but from now on you'll be treated to only his best work as editions. Once they have gone, they will no longer be available.

It is worth checking back or bookmarking this site, as the blog, and "projects" will appear regularly along with new editions.

If you have specific enquiries, please use the contact form.

Limited Edition News

The second limited edition is now available to order. With a total of 65 prints over three sizes the first edition is taken from a series in the Gran Canyon. Professionally produced with traceable certificates and numbers, Grand Canyon #2 is a monochrome print produced on environmentally friendly Awagami Washi Bamboo paper.

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Latest Blog Post

  • Limited Editions

    The second release from Simon of his Limited Edition prints has been released.

    Grand Canyon #2 joins #1 in the Limited Editions Shop.

    Here's what Simon said about the two images:

    "Neither of these images have been purchased before so they are the first two in my Grand Canyon series. I wanted to create images that show the ...

  • Nothing a bit of dusting can't put right?

    It's time to grow up I thought to myself. Take life a little more seriously!

    So I grabbed the metaphorical dustpan and brush, paint tin, hammer and nails, and stripped the digital showroom/office back to bare walls.

    Then I sat cross-legged on the floor and though long and hard about whats been happening in the world, whats been happening ...

  • Dolphins, some thoughts...

    I had an amazing day yesterday on the Dolphin Watch UK boat guiding for them. It’s a very precious moment for me. In the same way that when I’ve worked at AfriCat in Namibia I’m privileged to being given a ring side seat in return for documenting their work. The boat gives me a brief glimpse into the world of cetaceans.

    Part of this is the ...

  • The unreported consequences of COVID.

    A few years ago I had the absolute pleasure of taking photographs of some “chubby unicorns” in Namibia. Its stems back to a time when the only photograph I had of a Rhino was a backside disappearing into the bush! But, after a long association with the folks at AfriCat, they arranged for me to take a series of images of a group of Rhinos that were ...

  • Politics and Nature - Should it be separated?

    In the 21st Century we are constantly reminded of the issues of politics. Governments are at loggerheads with each other, trying to protect their interests which, sometimes, even extend to the population of their country. In this century we’ve also been reminded of how fragile our place in this world is by the most minute of “creatures”. Covid has ...



Award winning cameraman and photographer, Simon is available worldwide for conservation projects. Please contact him to discuss your requirements.

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