Suzy Bennett is a freelance photographer and writer, whose clients include The Daily Telegraph, The Guardian and Marie Claire magazine.

Suzy specialises in adventure travel, and commissions have taken her tracking gorillas in Rwanda, hiking to little-known tribes in Papua New Guinea and scuba-diving World War One shipwrecks in Scotland’s Orkney Islands. She is an editor for adventure travel magazine Sidetracked and a Fellow of The Royal Geographical Society, where she is a speaker on travel photography. 

A lover of all-things-Devon, Suzy is The Daily Telegraph's travel expert to the region, providing comprehensive coverage and reviews of its attractions, hotels and restaurants. (> Click to see recent work

Suzy began her journalism career as a reporter on a local newspaper in Berkshire, before moving on to work as a crime reporter at the Old Bailey, the UK's central criminal court. She went on to work as a producer at Sky News, and moved into travel journalism in 2003.

Suzy's images are represented by 4Corners Images and Alamy. She divides her time between London and Devon, and welcomes commissions for commercial and editorial work. 

Current projects: 

Suzy is currently setting up an art, craft and food trail in Dartmoor National Park, Devon. As part of the project, she photographed 30 of the moor's artisans at work, and her images are being exhibited at Dartmoor National Park's main visitor centre until August 2017.  Please visit for more information. 

Suzy's first photography book, about the cuisine of Andalucia, was published in late 2016. 



Burma / Myanmar
Cinque Terre, Italy
Delhi, India
Jodhpur, India
London, UK
Devon, UK


Scuba-diving (PADI instructor)
Wild swimming
Road biking
Adventure travel
Off-the-beaten track destinations
Travel photography
Camping and glamping
Rail travel
Food and travel
Restaurant reviews
Hotel and holiday cottage reviews
Destination guides