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Bailey Carswell-Morris is a naturalist and published photographer, based in the West Midlands, UK. 


With a huge passion for British entomology and natural history, the majority of his work revolves around the captivating personalities of insects and the world that they inhabit. 


Creating images in both a natural and studio setting, Bailey uses photography as a tool to delve deeper into the abundance of insect forms and character. He utilises a range of complex photographic techniques to produce images that show insects in their natural environments, or large-scale images of insects packed with detail and texture.

More recently, Bailey has been working on a project that blends both of these into one form.

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