Sponsors and Partners

Now in its fifty-seventh instalment, Wildlife Photographer of the Year is the longest running and most prestigious photographic event of its kind in the world.

Each year, it attracts tens of thousands of entries from almost 100 countries.

Owned by the Natural History Museum, the annual flagship Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition presents an attractive proposition for corporate partners that share the Museum's principles and values.

A lynx photographed through a doorway
Lynx on the Threshold © Sergio Marijuán

Associate Sponsor

Ørsted

Ørsted is proud to return for an eighth year as sponsor of Wildlife Photographer of the Year. With this support for the exhibition, Ørsted and the Natural History Museum have continued to champion their mutual goal to protect the planet and tackle the threats facing the natural world.

Ørsted is a renewable energy company that is taking tangible action to create a world that runs entirely on green energy. Its name pays tribute to Danish scientist Hans Christian Ørsted, whose curiosity, dedication and interest in nature led to his discovery of electromagnetism in 1820, which paved the way for how electricity is generated today. The company is undertaking a truly green transformation, having divested its oil and gas production business as well as committing to phasing out coal from its power stations worldwide.

A wind farm in the ocean. A motorboat is travelling towards the camera, away from the wind turbines.
© Ørsted

Headquartered in Denmark, Ørsted builds and operates offshore and onshore wind farms and bioenergy plants, and provides energy products to its customers. Ørsted is a significant investor in the UK, which is the company's largest market for offshore wind power.

'We believe climate change is the single greatest threat to our planet's extraordinary wildlife. This makes Ørsted's vision of creating a world that runs entirely on green energy all the more urgent. At this crucial time, we are delighted to support this remarkable global celebration of the planet we all call home.'

- Duncan Clark, Head of Region UK, Ørsted

The Orsted logo in white on a transparent background

For more information on Ørsted, visit www.orsted.co.uk

Associate Sponsor

Seedlip

Seedlip is proud to sponsor the fifty-seventh Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition in South Kensington, demonstrating their commitment to the wonders of the natural world.

Since 2015, Seedlip have been on a mission to change the way the world drinks with the highest quality non-alcoholic options. Nature's influence has built Seedlip from the ground up, from the ingredients in the liquid and the design of the label to the naming of the Seedlip blends. They recognise the value of nature's ingredients and understand the need to protect these resources.

If there's no nature, there's no Seedlip.

Three seedlip bottles on a table
© Seedlip

Seedlip and the Natural History Museum are committed to celebrating and protecting the planet. The powerful, emotive images showcased in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition connect people to the extraordinary diversity of nature. Together we aim to inspire people to take action to protect the health and longevity of the natural world.

'I created Seedlip to celebrate the wonders of what nature can provide, working with its ingredients to provide delicious non-alcoholic options. We are absolutely delighted to be helping to champion the power and wonder of the natural world in partnership with this poignant and impactful exhibition.'

- Ben Branson, Founder, Seedlip

The seedlip logo

For more information about Seedlip, visit www.seedlipdrinks.com/en-gb/