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Arterra Picture Library

Arterra Picture Library

Mariakerke, East Flanders

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The ARTERRA PICTURE LIBRARY is founded in 2007 by freelance photographer Philippe Clement and is based in Belgium.
This agency is specialized in worldwide nature and travel photography and offers the picture professional a wide range of images for the editorial market, advertising, calendars, greeting cards, brochures, multimedia and exhibitions.

For buying commercial licenses, please visit licensing.pixels.com

The Arterra Picture Library represents the work of several photographers from Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany.

Philippe Clement spends most of his time in the great outdoors. His love of nature grew out of a passion for rock climbing, and his aim is to document species within their habitats. Since 1995, Philippe has travelled extensively, from the Alaskan tundra and Costa Rican cloud forests to the Kalahari and Sonoran deserts. His pictures have appeared around the world in exhibitions, calendars, postcards, books and magazines, such as BBC Wildlife magazine, WWF, Smithsonian, Encyclopedia Britannica, Barnes & Noble, Terre Sauvage, New Scientist, IUCN, Grasduinen, Ranger Rick and Natuurmonumenten among others. Closer to home, he is a regular contributor to the Publishing House Averbode, and also writes articles for Pasar and Bergen Magazine.

The ARTERRA PICTURE LIBRARY is founded in 2007 by freelance photographer Philippe Clement and is based in Belgium.
This agency is specialized in worldwide nature and travel photography and offers the picture professional a wide range of images for the editorial market, advertising, calendars, greeting cards, brochures, multimedia and exhibitions.

For buying commercial licenses, please visit licensing.pixels.com

The Arterra Picture Library represents the work of several photographers from Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany.

Philippe Clement spends most of his time in the great outdoors. His love of nature grew out of a passion for rock climbing, and his aim is to document species within their habitats. Since 1995, Philippe has travelled extensively, from the Alaskan tundra and Costa Rican cloud forests to the Kalahari and Sonoran deserts. His pictures have appeared around the world in exhibitions, calendars, postcards, books and magazines, such as BBC Wildlife magazine, WWF, Smithsonian, Encyclopedia Britannica, Barnes & Noble, Terre Sauvage, New Scientist, IUCN, Grasduinen, Ranger Rick and Natuurmonumenten among others. Closer to home, he is a regular contributor to the Publishing House Averbode, and also writes articles for Pasar and Bergen Magazine.