I specialise in nature, environmental and travel photography. I have spent many years in the field, capturing images of African wildlife and the natural beauty of the continent. I have won many awards, but to me, these are insignificant  The last image I take is the only one that counts.

Amani Calendar

My Shades of Nature images have been chosen for the prestigious Amani Calendar. Previous photographers that were featured includes Yann-Arthus Bertrand, David Stewart-Smith, Sebastiao Salgado, Pascal Maitre, Francesco Zizola and agencies like Magnum Photo for Robert...

Wildlife Photography Reflection

Change, according to Edward Lorenz, is caused by the so-called butterfly effect – a butterfly wingbeat on the other side of the world. Or, in my case, a mosquito wingbeat in Lower Sabi in the Kruger National Park. An arbitrary, minute insect landed on me 18 years ago...

The Silent Future of Wildlife Photography

Since I started my career as a wildlife photographer 16 years ago, wildlife photography has changed dramatically. Then, photography was still a skill that demanded years of trial and error just to get a decent image onto film. Slide film was notoriously intolerant of...

To blur or not to blur

That is the question. A question that has tormented many wildlife photographers throughout their photographic careers. I for one am still looking for the answer, which is still somewhat blurred. Every wildlife photographer goes through a blurry phase. It normally...