Professor Steve Macleod (b. 1965) is a landscape photographer who works on both personal and commissioned projects. He travels extensively and his self-initiated projects interpret the landscape as a metaphor to describe historical and humanist subjects that connect us with the environment we inhabit. He uses photography to echo the visual language of 19th century European landscape painting. With an approach to his subjects that formalises over long periods of time, he displays a sensitive affinity with the landscape. Represented by Atlas Gallery in London, he exhibits internationally and his works are held in both private and public collections.