Called one of British Columbia's and Canada's best photographers by CBC National Television and BCTV, Graham Osborne has been hailed as a "Landscape Master" by Outdoor Photographer Magazine (August '99 issue). His nature images have earned him several awards including the Gold Medal in Photojournalism at the 2005 International Regional Magazine Awards (IRMA), a Summit Award (1997, Best Ad Agency Design, North America), the SPJ Excellence In Journalism Award (1993, Magazine Feature Photography), and two National Magazine Award nominations (1994, 1997).

Graduating with a degree in wildlife biology from the University of British Columbia, Osborne specializes in large format 4x5 landscape, wildlife, and outdoor/lifestyle photography. He has completed six coffee table books to date, showcasing his images from western Canada and the United States: VANCOUVER WILD, RAINFOREST, WILDFLOWERS, BRITISH COLUMBIA A Wild and Fragile Beauty, THE NATURE TRUST OF BRITISH COLUMBIA, and his latest book, HAWAII'S HIDDEN PARADISE. His annual calendars include CANADIAN ROCKIES.

Osborne's photographs have also appeared in numerous publications including National Geographic Traveler, GEO, Outdoor Photographer Magazine, Sierra Club Calendars, Audubon Magazine, Natural History Magazine, PhotoLife, Beautiful British Columbia, China Geographic, Snow Country, and over 40 coffee table books. He was a field correspondent with Equinox Magazine and has worked on assignment with the likes of Nike, Jeep, Sunset Magazine, Air Canada, Canadian Geographic, British Columbia Magazine, corporate ad agencies and many others. His corporate sponsors include Kodak, Fuji, and Lens & Shutter. He has lectured and given workshops to audiences worldwide, and his fine art prints are exhibited in galleries internationally. He makes his home on the West Coast of British Columbia near Vancouver, with his wife and three children.