Known for his warm, atmospheric photographs that fire the imagination, Adrian Houston's work has been exhibited around the world including The National Gallery and The Royal Academy of Arts.

Adrian’s passion is conservation. His work has seen him travel to some of the world’s most unexplored and inhospitable terrains, with his powerful Photographs subsequently gracing everything from Fine Art to advertising campaigns In addition the stunning images that resulted from him witnessing the eruption of Mount Kilauea on Hawaii’s Big Island were used to memorable effect in one of the Discovery Channel’s highest rating documentaries – Discovery People.

"Nature has intensity so strong it gives you a totally different view on the world. When you witness earth’s natural power, it is sometimes hard to see its underlying fragility. But scratch beneath the surface and it is there. This need to protect what we have before it is too late has influenced my work for as long as I can remember. Trees are one of the reasons that we exist and ultimately our survival depends on them so we must do all we can to protect them" - Adrian Houston.

Over the past four years I have immersed myself in the world of trees. Trees have lived decades longer than any human being on the planet. They are old and wise and I have acknowledged that with my artistic vision – A Portrait of the Tree.