Tarquin Millington-Drake has had a life-long passion for salmon fishing, with 25 years fishing the mighty Alta river in Norway and is fanatical about pigeon shooting. He started his career with the safari company Ker & Downey and progressed to become managing director of Frontiers International. In 1999 he became president of the Ponoi River Company and during 2001 assisted in the creation of Shackleton International building up a portfolio of first-class fishing operations around the world. He remains managing director of the European Frontiers office to this day.
His work has taken him all over the world requiring him to photograph some of the remotest places and fascinating people. He is a regular contributor to The Field and Fieldsports magazines, and has also had his photographs published in Country Life, Gray’s Sporting Journal (US), and Field of Dreams (2013) along with countless Frontiers’ publications. A Year on the Moor (978-1-84689-213-4) is a culmination for seven years of the author's travelling to and from the north, capturing and discarding thousands of images.