Inaki Relanzon was interested in nature from an early age, inspired by the Spanish naturalist Felix Rodriguez de la Fuente, and took up photography at the age of 12. His first book was on cave photography, illustrated with pictures of European caves taken using his own flashlight system.
He has travelled widely, but his favourite locations for photography are Iceland and Madagascar. He has returned to Madagascar many times to work alongside scientists and conservation groups, and his photographs of Iceland can be seen in his book Iceland, reflections at dawn.
Inaki has been successful in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year (UK) and the Best Picture of the Year (Spain) competitions, and his photos have been widely published.
He is a member of the ILCP (International League for Conservation Photographers) and has documented the Canary Islands for the Wild Wonders of Europe project.