|Birgit Freybe Bateman|
A photographer since she was 16 years old using her father's German camera, she is excited by the infinite variety of shape, form, line, texture and pattern of both the man-made and natural worlds. Her quest is to record the extraordinary in the ordinary. Since her first trip to Africa in 1974, she has travelled to more than 50 countries throughout the world always searching for unique images.
Published in Conde Nast Traveler, Outside Magazine, Northwest Travel, Geo Airone [Italy], National Geographic Adventure and Shambala Sun magazines, as well as in the books, End of the Earth: Voyages to Antarctica (National Geographic Society 2003) by Peter Matthiessen, Dangerous Beauty (Miramax) by Mark C. Ross, 2001, and Artists for Nature in Extremadura (Wildlife Art Gallery, Eng.) edited by Nicholas Hammond, 1995, her work has been exhibited in numerous public and private galleries.
email: Birgit Bateman
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