Born in London and having lived in Singapore and Belgium as well as the UK, Jasper Dalgliesh has been travelling the world taking photographs for over 30 years and his work covers a wide range of subjects. His prime aim is for the creative pleasure and whilst there is always a need for an artistic eye and ability, he believes that ‘being in the right place, at the right time – with a camera!’ is the most important factor. His first camera was an Olympus OM1 followed by a series of Minolta cameras. Since the advent of digital, he switched to Canon. Jasper spent 11 years in the British Army with the Household Cavalry Regiment and trained as a reconnaissance helicopter pilot with the Army Air Corps. Flying allowed him to shoot from some stunning advantage points as well as worldwide travel. He flew in the UK, Belize, Canada and across Europe.
As a former officer with the Household Cavalry Regiment, Dalgliesh also photographs the RAF in practice.
Royal Air Force, Fairford, Swindon.
Formerly an officer with the Household Cavalry Regiment and a reconnaissance helicopter pilot with the Air Army Corps...
This is a prime example of Dalgliesh being in the right place at the right time observing the morning deer in Richmond...
A majestic black and white portrait of a rare Snow Leopard.
This picture postcard view of London Bridge was taken from The Shard, London.
A fierce looking Batleur Eagle stares into the lens with intensity.
A black and white portrait of a sombre looking Gorilla evokes an emotive quality as he looks directly into the camera.
A stern looking Bald Headed Eagle peers directly into the camera, evoking a somewhat humourous expression.
A delicate photograph of a rain drenched rose.
An ethereal ariel shot from the misty peaks above Pic du Midi ski observatory cable in the French Pyranees.
Another exquisite image by Dalgliesh depicting a horseshoe bend in the Grand Canyon, Arizona USA.
Dalgliesh's magnificent photograph depicts Antelope Canyon, which is a slot canyon carved out by the same waters that...
Giraffes in Jongamero Ruaha National Park, Tanzania
Smooth waves of petrified sand at Rattlesnake Canyon, Arizona, USA
Bayon Entrance at the Angkor Archaeological Park , Siem Reap, Cambodia
A sight guaranteed to put the fear of God into the Taliban, but fortunately for them, these three RAF Apache Attack...