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David Noton is an award-winning landscape and travel photographer with over 24 years' experience as a professional. During his photographic career, Noton has travelled to just about every corner of the globe, with the exception of Antarctica – which apparently is on the list.
Born in Bedfordshire in 1957, David started exploring the world at a young age, moving to the USA while his father worked on the American space programme.
After setting up his photography business in Bristol in 1985, Noton initially undertook work for local design groups, PR consultancies and advertising agencies in the region.
He has won awards in Wildlife Photographer of the Year in three different years.
Books, DVDs and exhibitions 
Horizons expanded significantly in 2007–08 with the writing and publication of David’s first book Waiting for the Light and his DVD Chasing the Light. The book launched to critical acclaim at a four week exhibition at London’s OXO Gallery, which attracted over 27,000 visitors. In 2012 David launched an iPad app, "Photography in the Raw" on iTunes
Contributions to publications 
David’s pictures are now published all over the world and he writes for a broad range of media including photographic magazines and websites. After a seven-year run with Practical Photography magazine, David is a regular contributor Outdoor Photography, Digital Photo Pro and www.photographyblog.com where he has a monthly online column.
A series of talks, workshops and shows across the UK have followed. David enjoys a loyal following from photographers and travellers alike, old and young, from across the globe, with whom he communicates directly through his monthly email updates - many of which are sent from the field.
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