About

About me and Unseen Universe

Hello and welcome to Andrew Mitchell Photography at Unseen Universe.

My name is Andrew Mitchell but you can call me Mitch.

I am passionate about the biological world and macro photography, specifically; BUGS and all varieties of CREEPY CRAWLIES!! I love nothing more than the hunt and the thrill of what I might find out there in the wild, and if i can get a shot of these amazing critters then i consider it a bonus ๐Ÿ™‚

Andrew Mitchell photography

Me and my Nikon out on a bug hunt.

If invertebrate macro photography is what you’re looking for then the gallery is your next port of call. Here you will find a selection of my photographs taken either in the field or in the comfort of my own home. All of these images are available for purchase in downloadable format at a range of resolutions. If you want to see any images in higher resolution than is available on this site then please go over to my Flickr photostream.

Please feel free to contact me (Andrew Mitchell) with any questions or queries, I welcome any comments or suggestions regarding all elements of unseen universe. Also, if you have any specific requirements (images, posters or banners for websites etc..) then please don’t hesitate to ask. I have a very wide variety of invertebrate images in my back catalogue, so please contact me if you don’t see what you are looking for.

If you are interested in a greater understanding of macro photography and the techniques used to generate the images you see on this site then you should head on over to the blog pages for a wide variety of subjects covered on this subject. There you will also find information, images andย videos i have taken whilst out bug hunting through to invertebrates i keep as a hobby.

I hope you enjoy my site. Thank you for dropping by ๐Ÿ™‚ ~Mitch.

ย Please Note:

This site is a work-in-progress and as such is constantly being updated with new images, pages and posts. Also, improvements and/or additions to currently existing pages will feature too. All additions can be followed via the web feeder (RSS) function.