Andy Biggs

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Andy Biggs is a wildlife photographer born in Houston in 1969. He graduated from The University of Texas in Austin. He is best known[citation needed] for his black and white safari photography of the wildlife and landscapes of Africa.

Biggs’ blog “The Global Photographer” displays his recent work, projects and travels around the globe.

In October 2008, Biggs was awarded first place in the Wild Places category of Wildlife Photographer of the Year. His photograph, Skeleton Coast of Namibia, shows the Skeleton Coast of Namibia as seen from an airplane.[1] Skeleton Coast was his second[citation needed] winning entry in the annual competition. This and other winning photographs were on display at the Natural History Museum in London through spring of 2009.

Biggs also owns a travel company, and is a private safari guide in the African countries of Kenya, Tanzania, Botswana, Namibia, South Africa, Rwanda, Uganda and Zimbabwe.

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  1. ^ page at the Natural History Museum

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