David Chancellor, born London England, works and lives in South Africa.
He has participated in numerous group and solo exhibitions, exhibited in major galleries and museums, and published Worldwide.
Named Nikon photographer of the year three times, he received a World Press Photo Award in 2010, for 'elephant story' from the series 'hunters'.
Chancellor has exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery London (2009), where the following year he won the Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize.
In 2011 he was a nominee for the 5th Annual Photography Masters Cup, his work was shortlisted for the Sony World Photography Organization Award, and the Freedom to Create Prize.
In 2012 he received a Sony World Photography Award (Nature and Wildlife) and Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year Award.
Chancellor has increasingly turned his focus on area's of human-wildlife conflict, and in 2012 he released his first monograph 'hunters', in which he explores the complex relationship that exists between man and animal, the hunter and the hunted.
He is represented by INSTITUTE (Institute for Artist Management) http://www.instituteartist.com