Alex Sharp is an award winning photographer.
She had her first camera at just 8 years old and by 18 was backpacking in Africa photographing the lions of Ngorongoro crater.
Alex also went on to work at the BBC and also Central TV.
Alex has travelled to over 100 countries, from Antarctica in the south to Svalbard in the Arctic and a myriad of places in between, including 30 countries across Africa and also many countries of South America.
Alex's work is in image libraries around the world and is used on cards, calendars, magazines and books.
She has images with Getty, Alamy, Woodystock (in Austria), Superstock (USA), Advocate Art (London), to name a few.
Alex lives in Worcestershire with her lovely husband Phil and husky Eli.