Through my photography, I aim to inspire people to celebrate and conserve the natural world. I am proud to have worked with and supported the following conservation organisations:
World Wildlife Fund
In 2015, I partnered with World Wildlife Fund to photograph the wildlife of the Zambezi Region of Namibia. It was a challenging assignment that involved photographing some of the most elusive animals I’ve ever tried to capture on camera. Our ultimate aim was to produce images that could be used to inspire greater conservation of this important area. You can read more about this project in my blog post: WWF Assignment to Capture Rare Camera Trap Images.
I have worked with African Parks in several countries and taken images for use in their communication and marketing programmes. Most recently I spent five weeks working with them in Liuwa Plain National Park, Zambia.
Ethiopian Wolf Conservation Programme
In November 2011, I spent five weeks photographing Ethiopian Wolves in the Bale Mountains with Rebecca Jackrel. The aim of our project was to document the work of the Ethiopian Wolf Conservation Programme (EWCP), using our images to raise funds and awareness. We have published a book about the wolves, which you can buy here, with 50% of the profits going directly to EWCP.
Painted Dog Conservation
Frankfurt Zoological Society
I have worked with Frankfurt Zoological Society in the Bale Mountains, Ethiopia; North Luangwa National Park, Zambia; and Serengeti National Park, Tanzania. My images are used in their fundraising and awareness programmes.
I have donated images of wild cats from around the world for Panthera to use in their fundraising and awareness programmes.