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The Curator of PhotoUtopia is Nigel Watts

Nigel Watts Photographer
I fell in love with photography in my teens, and ever since then it has been the drive that keeps me ticking.

I completed a photographic degree in London in the late nineties, I’ve worked for international agencies and also lectured in the subject for the past decade.

I’m passionate about producing images and about using my skills to educate others and bring them into the medium.

I hope you enjoy this site.

If there is anything you want to discuss, feel free to contact me.


You can see my personal portfolio here.

Location: UK

Here you can see a selection of my stock images,
Alamy Photo library
which are held with Alamy. Click on the button and enter a key word, such as Wellington or London!

Copyright: The majority of the images on this site are my own, if you wish to reproduce them then please visit the Alamy link above to purchase a licence, where images are not my own (such as images of cameras released by manufacturers into the public domain) I have done my best to make sure they complying with copyright law; if you believe I have infringed any rights please contact me and I will remove the material from the site. All the writing is my own and should not be reproduced elsewhere without my permission.

External Links: The links on this site will let you leave PhotoUtopia site. The linked sites are not under the control of PhotoUtopia and PhotoUtopia is not responsible for the contents of any linked site or any link contained in a linked site. PhotoUtopia is providing these links to you only as a convenience, and the inclusion of any link does not imply endorsement by PhotoUtopia of the site, company, services or products.

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