Gary Cranitch has worked as a wildlife photographer at Queensland Museum for 35 years. His work has been published in Australian Geographic, Popular Science (US), New Scientist, National Geographic online and numerous other publications and journals around the world. He has also contributed to the Museum’s extensive range of natural history publications, including as Principal Photographer for “The Great Barrier Reef-A Queensland Museum Discovery Guide”.
In 2008, Gary was the Australian Institute of Professional Photography’s Science and Nature Photographer of the Year and in 2015 his work was recognised with the Australian Museum’s Eureka Prize for Science Photography.
“The natural world never ceases to amaze me and I feel privileged to have photographed so many different landscapes and animal species throughout my career.”