Linda Mellor Photography Scotland

Linda Mellor

Photographer, Writer & Speaker
  • From sensitive news stories to fast moving action shots out in the field, business portraits to secretive wildlife, she's captured them all.

  • Content, features, columns, interviews & web copy covering an array of subjects from relationships to growing older, countrysports and local history.

  • An archive stretching over many years of country sports subjects, so if you're looking for something specific please get in touch.

  • Linda enjoys public speaking and radio interviews, she has a number of subjects she'd love to share with target audiences.

Coen Stork, CEO "When we asked Linda Mellor to write an article for Eagle Review, she very quickly came up with a good idea, did thorough research and wrote a fantastic article. The article was then promptly accepted by various publications. On top of that she promoted eagle review and the article on her social media, which helped us as well."

"When I spend a week in Scotland salmon fishing, I always commission Linda to capture my days on the river. Each year she takes great photos that tell the story of my fishing trip, sometimes it includes a salmon! Her passion for the outdoors is reflected in her images, and she is highly observant. Linda is great company and can always be relied upon to turn up regardless of the weather and take great photos."

"There are no other photographers with the experience Linda has. She understands the structure of the shoot day, gets different angles, includes everyone and the gundogs. She produces amazing photography books of our shoot days, and we never tire of looking through them."

"I have had the pleasure of working with Linda on several photo-shoots and interviews. Her enthusiasm and passion are highly contagious. Linda is a highly respected world-class countryside professional sports photographer and writer. Her knowledge and 'eye' for the countryside is unique, and she is a delight to work with."

"I love Linda's wildlife images, just look how close she gets and see how relaxed her subjects are. I have a number of her framed prints hanging in my study; visitors are always in awe of them."