At the beginning of his career, British photographer Charlie Waite worked within the television and theatrical industry for a decade, where he became fascinated by theatrical lighting and design. This helped him realise how light and shade can reveal a landscape, and saw him change direction towards photography.
His works are particularly known for their immaculate composition, peace and serenity, and this unmistakeable style has proved very popular with collectors worldwide.
Charlie has lectured extensively in the UK, Europe and the US, and has held exhibitions around the world, from London to Sydney, New York and Tokyo. He’s often seen demonstrating landscape photography techniques on television shows, and is a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society.
Since 2007, Charlie has run the UK Landscape Photographer of the Year competition, to find and encourage the best landscape photography talent in the country.