Mathew Browne is a full time travel photographer and writer from south Wales specialising in cityscape, landscape and night photography. His passion for travel and photography has taken him to nearly 50 countries to date. Closer to home, he leads photography workshops, commercial work, and portrait sessions in his home studio. In 2018 his first book “Wales in Photographs” will be released by Amberley Publishing, and three photographic guides will be released by Snapp Guides.
Mathew’s images are frequently featured online and in print by tourist boards, media outlets, newspapers and magazines. In 2017 he won the European Commission’s “Europe in my Region” photo competition and was a finalist in the Historic Photographer of the Year competition.
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