About Sebastian Loram
Born in Devon in 1986, I have always been fascinated by the world that surrounds us. As a child, my parents and grandparents would frequently take me out to places to watch the local birdlife, be it the local duck ponds or a nature reserve further afield. I have always held a strong interest in the well being of our environment and as I grew up I developed an acute awareness of how fragile many of our most iconic ecosystems are.
Whilst always being a passionate conservationist and holding a huge love for the natural world, I only started taking photographs a few years ago when I left university and found myself with more spare time than I planned. Now, I live in South Devon with my wife Marie, working on many local and international projects which has taken me to many special places around the world.
I also support the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation and have travelled to visit their projects in Zambia and Zimbabwe. I am pleased to be supporting their Education Advisor Andrew White, in developing a global conservation education programme aimed at bringing important issues to the forefront of the next generations thinking.
The most important and enjoyable part of getting close to wildlife is fieldcraft. I have an excellent understanding of the species I photograph and combined with excellent, well thought out and sensitive fieldcraft allows me to obtain some interesting observations and photographs. I have also advised and worked on locations in south Devon for the BBC Springwatch team.
I am heavily involved in the monitoring of Peregrine Falcons within Devon in addition to holding Schedule 1 licences to record the breeding of Barn Owls and Kingfishers. I tweet regular updates and views from @sebloram.
If you would like to contact me about anything please do so through the contact page on this website.
Enjoy the outdoors, stop and look around occasionally, its amazing how much wildlife is all around us!