Described by past clients as professional, unique, exceptional and inspiring, UK based award winning photographer Kimberley Coole is available for assignment or commission both locally and internationally, specialising in travel photography. Her photographs have been featured in numerous publications, both on the covers and internally, she has been interviewed by high profile photography magazines, and she has undertaken assignments from both Tourism Boards and Airlines.

Kimberley is also a member of X-Rite's prestigious Coloratti group, a guest blogger for Manfrotto Imagine More, a Manfrotto Ambassador, and a multi-image finalist for the prestigious Travel Photographer of the Year Award 2012 plus a category winner for the Eyes on Asia Awards 2013.

Getty Images Artist
Loneley Planet
Travel Photographer of The Year 2012
Manfrotto - Imagine More

Her work is represented exclusively by the world's leading stock photography agency, Getty Images, within the Lonely Planet Images Collection; so when time permits, Kimberley travels to create new and exciting stock imagery to add to her already large and vibrant collection.

Latest Blog Posts

The iconic City Hall building, the home of the Greater London Authority, located in the Southwark Borough of London.

Capturing the Capital


As promised in my last blog, I am continuing to shoot some of the UK’s best known locations, and what place is more famous or draws in... read more

Jetty on Coniston Water, formerly known as Thurston Water, the third largest lake in the English Lake District National Park.

Jetty Hunting in The Lakes


I have to start this blog by admitting that although the Lake District is on my doorstep, I only shot here for the first time a few weeks... read more


Manfrotto Ambassador


After using Manfrotto products since the very beginning of my career, it is a great honour to become part of the Manfrotto family and... read more

Eyes on Asia Awards

Award Winning!


I am delighted to announce that I can now call myself an award winning photographer! A few months back I mentioned that I had been selected... read more