"Today Is Tomorrow's History"

About Me

Hello I’m Doug and I’m a UK based photographer focussed on the environment and sustainability. I consider myself to be both a photographer and an environmentalist. I started working in the environmental industry when I first left school, so my association with it goes a long way back.

I’m based in Surrey but being a location photographer I travel extensively. I create environmental portraits, landscapes and reportage images for businesses in a range of industries, but all with a desire to do business sustainably and to reduce our carbon footprint.

I love nothing more than using or creating beautiful lighting with a great idea to compose and develop strong photographic images, often showing how mankind interacts with the natural environment.

If you’re running a sustainability conscious organisation, and want to know how I can help you to increase your audience engagement, and ultimately win more business through using quality content, then let’s talk.


Douglas Kurn


  • DBS Checked
  • Accredited member of the Association Of Photographers
  • 20+ Years of experience
  • Multiple award winner
  • Full public liability insurance
  • Sustainability focussed - see what I'm doing to improve my sustainability
  • HND in Photography from Newcastle College of Art & Design



  • My client list includes Compass Group, Sky, Elysium Healthcare, Kinetec Medical Products, Diageo, BT, UKAS, International Environmental Technology, Signal Group, LSE, RW Baird, Oury Clark, Puma and University Of Birmingham


  • I have had my work exhibited at the National Theatre in London, Sadlers Wells and the Truman Brewery. I have also had two solo exhibitions; the first called the Spirit Of Brooklands, was a series of night-scapes of the remains of the Brooklands Motor Racing Circuit in Surrey; the second a series of portraits of the inhabitants of the Borough Of Runnymede, called Portraits Of Runnymede. I have also been featured on the BBC News website, the Top Gear website, as well as several regional news websites. 


t: 07711 545813 

e: web@douglaskurn.com