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March 23, 2018
I am most sorry to hear of Nigel's death. I would like to extend my condolences to Nancy and her family. Nancy is my mother's oldest surviving friend from childhood. He was a good age and is now at peace, in Paradise. In deepest sympathy. Nicholas Rogers
February 3, 2018
He was a very nice man, who I had the privilege of meeting in Kirkcudbright a few years ago. His father, F.W. Champion. was the first man to photograph Tigers in India in their natural habitat and published two books about this. In 1927 the first of these was called "With a Camera in Tiger land" and is now a classic of wildlife photography. The second was entitled "The Jungle in Sunlight and Shadow", and contains, facing page 250, a photo of Nigel when he was a small boy about to pick up the trip wire which would set off the cumbersome camera and its flash. Both books, which contain fine photographs throughout, were published by Chatto and Windus, London.
Nigel's own son, the intrepid Professor James Champion, arranged a fine exhibition of his grandfather's photographic equipment and published simultaneously an excellent memoir and selection about his grandfather and written by him, F.W. Champion, in 2012 published by Rainfed Books, Chennai, entitled "Tripwire for a Tiger".
December 30, 2017
Nigel was a gentleman loved by all who met him including me. He was a pleasure to know and will be greatly missed.