“To those who have always wondered how they might best serve the wider world, wildlife conservation is, at its core, one of the purest forms of giving.”
~ Thomas Kaplan
I am a safari guide telling a story through images of nature. I am very privileged to be allowed the opportunity to glimpse into nature’s world through the lens of my camera and educate those that I guide along the way of their experience of Africa wildlife. This is where I aim to give back to what causes me and those I come into contact with so much joy.
In collaboration with African Wildlife Vets, 50 % of the proceeds of these prints goes towards their noble cause in conservation and caring for animals caught in the turmoil of poaching attempts.
Please visit their website www.africanwildlifevets.org to find out more about the amazing work they conduct and if you would like to further donate to their cause.
Every little bit counts and while a simple print on your mantle might cause for a smile to appear on your face it may be the difference that saves an animals life or goes towards the conservation of that animal.
A male lion awakens from his slumber and stares straight through the lens.
A female leopard in her younger years, entertaining us all with her acrobatics.
A territorial dispute between two male hippos. When pools of water become scarce, these titans battle it out for dominance and rights to the respective pool.
A bull elephant slowly approaches, giving us time to appreciate the textures of his skin and tusk.
A newly born impala lamb rests in the lush green grass that is afforded by the onset of the summer rains.
A male pin tale Syrah in full breeding plumage displays his extended tale feathers in hope of attracting a female.
Every now and again a new set of spots arrives from a distant place. Looking for a place to call its own. This set of spots belonged to a male leopard.
A beaten, battered and bruised male lion continues to patrol his domain. Never out of the fight and always in the game that is survival of the fittest.
A crocodile lurks just above the surface of the water. Waiting for its next victim to draw nearer and then it shall sink beneath the surface.
A close up of a giraffe bull who became quite inquisitive of the camera.