News

3 national papers in one week!
06th June 2017
Fantastic to get three different stories in the national papers in one week. On Monday, My Tawny Chicks were in the Times and my milky way panorama on the Long Mynd made the Express Online as a feature length story. On Sunday, my swan reflected in Walcot Lake made page 12 of the Sunday Telegraph.



My Sparrowhawk pic in the Times
03rd May 2017


Nice Showing in the Times for my Sparrowhawk with collared dove, taken in my back garden.
Front Cover of the Shropshire Star
24th February 2017
Wonderful to get my ultra-rare leucistic red kite photos on the front cover of the Shropshire Star

Supermoon hits five national papers and front of the Times
18th November 2016
My Supermoon on the cover of the Times and in four other nationals

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Full Moon over the Stiperstones August 2016
24th August 2016
Full moon pics hit the national papers big-time!


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Night Stars reflection shot hits the media
20th March 2016


Andrew's photo of star constellation reflected in Wildmoor Pool, Long Mynd was recently taken up by the media. It was printed in the Guardian and had two extensive features in the Mail Online and Express Online, retweeted by Neil Gaiman {!}. Andrew was also interviewed as featured photographer on Bokeh, Digital Rev.
Recent publication and upcoming books and calendars
17th November 2015
I have been published recently in both the Guardian, with my full moon over the Devil's Chair appearing on the weather pages and my dancing pheasant on page 4 of the Times, sold through Mercury Press agency. My book Wilderland, wildlife and landscape from the Shropshire Borders is nearly ready to go to press. I have been organising talks based on the book from April onwards next year. I am a fairly entertaining speaker, so do contact me if you are interested. Calendar wise, my new Wild Shropshire 2017 calendar comes out with Graffeg in April 2016 and I have three photos in the upcoming 2016 Shropshire Wildlife Trust Calendar. My wildlife picture are published by Chris George Cards.
Arnolfini summer recommendations
27th August 2014
Andrew Fusek Peters writes a beautiful account of a year’s journey following the footsteps of his wild-swimming nature-writing heroes. He travels through the Borderlands jumping in lakes, waterfalls and rivers, exploring what it is that compels him to swim outdoors. The narrative is wonderfully poetic, his account of the nature around him, the places he visits and people he meets; personal and candid. It’s an encouraging and inspiring book with stunning photographs.
Quotes for Dip Book
26th March 2014
‘Brrrrr - I know many of the wonderful watery places in which Andrew takes a dip, but in winter?! This book is about much more than the electrifying shock of a quick dunk, it's the story of a total immersion in Nature, a courageous trust in its restorative powers and an authentic experience of the wild. For those willing to dabble a toe in the water, this is the brave next step. For those who would rather keep their socks on, this is a damn good read.’

Paul Evans, Guardian Country Diarist




‘A book that is beautiful, lyrical, beguiling and enchanting – a powerful testament to the healing powers of Nature’

Daniel Start, author of Wild Swimming
Cover of Wild Swimming book, Dip
29th December 2013
here is the new cover, strangely a composite of an iphone shot of the bog pools on the Long Mynd where I swam last November, and a pic by my daughter taken on her 5d.
First Photgraphy Exhibition
01st November 2013
My first exhibition launches 1st November, Sparc Arts Centre, Bishops Castle Shropsire. Open evening from 6pm to 8pm and the exhibition then runs for the whole of November. Many of the pictures from this website feature. I have had the fortune to work with a couple of excellent framers and got fantastic use out of my new Canon Pro 100, which alongside my calibrated moniter and starting to really understand Lightroom, has produced some very clean prints with accurate colour/black&white rendition. I have also started experimenting with printing big - a couple of my London Panoramas have gone to 100cm x 50cm and thinking of going bigger. Lucky to have a large format printing business local to me www.webhampers.com. Been doing my bit for recycling by buying up old frames from charity shops and re-using them with new mounts to bring my photos to life.
First Photography Book
16th September 2013
First book that uses my photographs
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