Colin Hampden-White

About the Author Colin Hampden-White

Having decided Quantity Surveying was not for him, Colin entered the world of photograph and discovered his natural home. Working initially for the Scotsman, he moved to London to work for The Times and Financial Times.

During this time, he explored his love of wine and whisky, culminating in his series: the Greatest Winemakers and Greatest Whisky makers, exhibited extensively in London, including the National Portrait Gallery, and Manhattan, winning the Louis Roederer Award for Artistry along the way.

Colin is represented by the Rebecca Hossack Gallery in London and New York and he continues to Write and take photographs for LUX and Condé Nast, including Vogue Italia. Colin has won the Born Digital award for photography, is Keeper of the Quaich and is Chairman of the Circle of Wine Writers. Having been the founding editor for Whisky quarterly magazine he is now delighted to join the team as whisky editor at Drink Me.

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Photo Credit: Colin Hampden-White North of Inverness, beyond the Black Isle, up on the Dornoch Firth there are two distilleries. The first produces one of the world’s best-known and bestselling single malt distilleries: Glenmorangie. A few miles further lies a smaller, lesser-known distillery with a very different ethos. The house of …

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