GRAHAM OSBORNE is an award-winning professional nature photographer, videographer and biologist. He has been called a “landscape master” by Outdoor Photographer Magazine, and “one of British Columbia's and Canada's best photographers” by CBC Television (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation) and BCTV.


Osborne’s breathtaking images have graced the pages of some of the finest publications in the world, including Sierra Club Calendars, National Geographic Traveler, Audubon, GEO, Natural History, China Geographic and over forty coffee-table books. He was a field correspondent with Equinox Magazine and has worked on assignment with the likes of Nike, Jeep, Sunset Magazine, Air Canada, Outdoor Photographer, Canadian Geographic, Beautiful British Columbia, The Nature Trust, corporate ad agencies and many others. His corporate sponsors have included Kodak, Fuji and Lens & Shutter, and his fine art prints are exhibited in galleries worldwide.


He also has had eight books of his personal photography published to date, including: British Columbia: 35 years of Conservation, Vancouver Wild, Hawaii’s Hidden Paradise, Rainforest: Ancient Realm, British Columbia: A Wild and Fragile Beauty, Wildflowers: Seasonal Splendors of the North American West, and Graham Osborne: On Assignment.

Osborne’s awards include a Gold Medal in Photojournalism at the 2005 International Regional Magazine Awards (IRMA), a Summit Award (1997 Best Ad Agency Design, North America), and the 1993 SPJ Excellence In Journalism Award for magazine feature photography. He was also nominated for two National Magazine Awards.


Specializing in environmental videography, Osborne brings together his unique combination of artistic photographic talent, professional video and editing skills, and decades of in-depth ecological insights as a biologist to produce exceptional environmental video and audiovisual productions for a wide range of clients. Whether inventorying and assessing the biodiversity of a new property, or producing high-end corporate advertising pieces to showcase to potential clients and supporters/donors, there are few photographers in North America that can surpass Osborne's ability to integrate such a multi-disciplinary approach to environmental photography.


Graham makes his home near Coeur d’Alene, Idaho with his wife and three children where he works as a biologist with the Idaho-based, national environmental consulting firm, Enviro Assessment.