Ali Horne Portrait Instagram Influencer

Ali Horne

I am a Scottish freelance photographer and CAA approved UK commercial drone pilot living in Glasgow, Scotland.

My client list is extensive, ranging from small Scottish companies to tourism boards and large brands. My work spans promotion on social media to image licensing for marketing and advertising use. I am passionate about capturing that landscape, animal photo and view that encourages emotion and connects to the audience. Working on award winning social media campaigns with a variety of clients, I believe I know what they want and can deliver on any brief.

Having been brought up with mountains and coastlines in my backyard, they have considerably shaped and influenced my work and photography style, leading to where I am today.

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Other clients not featured in the ‘All Work’ section that I have worked with include Adobe, Adventure Travel Magazine, Currys PC World,  Eastland Shoes, Graubunden Tourism Board – Switzerland, Historic Environment, Lowe AlpineMoray Speyside, My Land ScotNHS Golden Jubilee HospitalNational Geographic UK, Outer Hebrides Tourism, Rab Equipment, Scottish Land CommissionShackleton Whisky, Sidetracked Magazine, Skillshare, Swiss Air, TrespassWaitrose, Walkers Shortbread and the White Company.


UK Outdoor Photographer of the Year 2018 / Shortlisted for ‘View From Above’ and ‘Light of the Land’ categories.

Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year 2018 / Shortlisted for ‘4 Seasons’ category.

UK Outdoor Photographer of the Year 2017 / Shortlisted and featured in the book Outdoor Photographer of the Year 2017′ under ‘View From Above’ category.

UK Outdoor Photographer of the Year 2016 / Shortlisted.

Featured Videos

Adventure Travel Magazine / Issue 133 / p.52 / Exploring Glencoe

Hidden Scotland / Magazine, Issue 1 / Solitude on St Kilda Feature

Outdoor Photography Magazine / Issue 236 / p.48 / Loch Faskally, Perth & Kinross

Sidetracked Magazine / Volume 12 / p.34 / Scale

SisterMAG / Issue 28 / p.44 / Scotland Through a Lens