"Initially, I took photos simply to remember and share my amazing experiences around the world, however I find now that photography opens my own eyes, too—finding and revealing hidden beauty around me that I may otherwise have overlooked."
Chris Bray is an award-winning Australian Geographic photographer and photography teacher running highly acclaimed, one-day photography courses in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane and Canberra, as well as photo safaris to Kenya, Galapagos, Patagonia, Tasmania and more. Chris is a Canon's Ambassador for digital photography in Australia and their online tutorial host, a photography competition judge and photography presenter on TV. He's written dozens of articles for a variety of outdoor and photography magazines, including: Australian Geographic, TIME Magazine, OUTthere, Yes! (USA), Geographical (UK), Australian Geographic Outdoor, Digital Photography & Design, Discovery Channel Magazine, and Canadian Geographic. And he has recently published his first book, The 1000 Hour Day about his and Clark Carter's four-year walking expedition across Victoria Island in the Canadian Arctic.