Latest Episode - #65 with Richard Young (NZ Landscape Photographer)

In this episode we meet New Zealand based landscape photographer Richard Young. Based in Wellington, NZ - Richard is a full-time landscape and wildlife photographer. Originally from the UK, Richard’s photography has been recognised in numerous competitions, including awards at The International Landscape Photographer of the Year, The Fine Art Photography Awards, The International Photography Awards. Richard also won the ‘Best Landscape Photograph’ at the Banff Mountain Photography Competition.

His works sell as fine art prints from his gallery in Wellington and have been widely exhibited across New Zealand, Canada, America and England in both solo and group exhibitions.

He has spent time hiking and climbing in some of New Zealand’s most remote and wild places, capturing photographs of awe-inspiring and unspoilt places. Richard has also travelled extensively, including across Africa, building a reputation as a fine wildlife photographer as well as adding to his landscape portfolio.

IMAGE: Richard Young

IMAGE: Richard Young

You can see more of Richard’s work, and his New Zealand based tours via:

Thanks as ever to WEX Photo Video & Fotospeed for supporting the show. We’ll be back in two weeks time when we broadcast the 2nd day of Q&A’s from the Connected Exhibition featuring our very own Sam Gregory, alongside fellow panel members John Blakemore and Prof Tim Allott.


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Welcome to The Togcast...

Launched in September 2016 'The Togcast' began with a bi-monthly podcast focusing on Photography and Photographers, primarily outdoor and landscape but venturing further afield into travel and adventure. Now alongside the podcast we also create video content for photographers covering the creative and technical aspects of photography.

Led by Photographers Sam Gregory & Paul Sanders the Togcast aims to share a passion for photography across its community via interviews, videos, gear reviews, image reviews and more...