With an innate love for travel and wildlife my passion for photography was bound to work hand in hand. My photographic career began in the form of Fine Art at Rhodes University and has since adapted and taken on new forms during my many travels over the past few years. Naturally, moving to the bush my subject focus shifted to the wildlife around me. Having spent time working in the Sabi Sands, Kalahari and Botswana I have been able to learn about Africa’s wildlife and all its beauty through the practise of photography.
Now based at Mashatu Game Reserve I have the privilege of viewing wildlife from a unique perspective from an underground hide, and to share my everyday interactions with a greater audience with the aim to spread the vital message of conservation and of course my simple love for nature.