My fondest moments from when I was younger were visiting National Parks in Zimbabwe and South Africa with my family, and it is through these trips that I gained my love and passion for Africa and her wilderness areas.
Photography, film and story telling have been ingrained in me since early childhood since holidays with my mom used to make me write travel blogs when I was a young boy and one of them mentions how many black rhinos I saw on a children’s game drive at Hwange National Park.
Fast forward to buying my first camera whilst serving on operations with the British Army in 1999 my future was set. Following my time in the army I gained my honours in photography, new media and journalism in London and then moved back to Africa.
Over the past 10 years I have photographed studio lit corporate portfolios and adventure to the frontlines of conservation in war ravaged countries. My camera has taken me to all corners of the globe and I pride myself in being able to get into and out of areas safely which would daunt most other photographers and film makers.
I also run photographic workshops in the UK, Zimbabwe and soon will be embarking on some exciting new contracts, so watch this space. A percentage helping me provide equipment and workshops to communities who live in or adjacent to conservation areas involved in conservation.
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Riding my blue and white F800R BMW, who I have aptly named Kayleigh, or 'Ceilagh' (I like to think of her as a fiery Celtic) from London to Edinburgh I ate up the miles on the empty highway For me riding a motorbike creates a sense of freedom like no other form of...
With sweat rolling down my brow from the near 100 percent humidity in the forest and the smell of damp and decay in my nostrils I was concentrating on keeping my footing as we moved along in single file along elephant paths crowded in from both sides by rapidly...
Imagine my surprise when I saw first a human hand and then a head peer with panic around the wall! Oh my God someone is wedged in there with those two terrifying creatures! I dashed around and into the kitchen to see him attempting to clamber over the stove which has now been ripped away from it’s place in the wall. Helping him clamber over and avoid those massive teeth – it was truly a wonder that he hadn’t been sliced to shreds – I actually managed to ask him what the heck he was doing in the kitchen.
I have rewritten this piece so many times, but how do you make an anti poaching operation sound interesting and full of action? So I decided I am just going to tell it like it is. I hope that I can put across the dangers, boredom and thrill which an anti poaching...
I met Ant Elton (the owner and head guide of River Horse Safari's) whilst anti poaching in Matusadona, Kariba through a mutual friend. My camera is never far from So with this in mind I ended up on my first corporate job, paddling down the Zambezi with my...
Last night I arrived at Tashinga, and made a decision, which turned out to be correct that my lodge fridge would not have been turned on so I decided to camp on the bank of the Ume point before venturing down the following morning. To give you an idea of what my luck...