Kyle Moore (1998) is a multi-award-winning wildlife photographer based on the Suffolk coast, UK. Having grown up on the Norfolk/Suffolk border with a wealth of wildlife on his doorstep there is no surprise that Kyle’s passion for wildlife was ignited from a young age. Kyle’s second passion, photography, was established shortly after his 12th birthday when he received his first ever digital camera as a gift. Within a matter of days, he was hooked on photographing nature and has been ever since.
Kyle has a particular fascination for the large apex predators of the world, and has recently worked extensively on a commission photographing European brown bear, as part of a new book written by a Finnish naturalist. In the near future Kyle wishes to venture more into conservation, where he hopes to play a part in preserving the wildlife and their habitats through imagery, which he feels is a powerful tool for expanding public awareness.
Kyle’s work is represented worldwide by the following agencies:
Work With Kyle
Kyle loves to write for publications and has lots of experience in this field. To date, Kyle has contributed to almost all leading UK photography magazines, as well as online resources and blogs. Would you like to discuss a possible written feature? Get in touch with Kyle by clicking here.
Kyle is available for various public speaking roles, most commonly giving presentations and slideshows to Photographic Clubs, Natural History Groups and suchlike. Find out more by clicking here.
Want to improve your photography? Kyle's workshops offer fantastic opportunities to work alongside himself, out in the field learning first hand. Find out more about his workshops by clicking here.
All of Kyle’s images are available to license commercially. Contact us to discuss a non-obligation quote for image usage.
Kyle is available and experienced to take on Photographic Commissions both nationally and internationally. Working closely with the client, he prides himself on completing the brief to your satisfaction. Kyle’s most recent commission took place in Finland, where he was set the goal of documenting the secretive lives of European Brown Bear, as part of a new book written by a Finnish naturalist. For further information, or to discuss this further, please contact Kyle by clicking here.