Kgalagadi Latest Photos – coming soon!

Kgalagadi didn’t disappoint. I had a wonderful three weeks in the park, witnessing the fascinating change from the arid months with the arrival of the first rain and the start of the wet season. And […]

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Out Of Office

I’m heading to Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park for a few weeks of intensive wildlife photography. I’m back in mid December so if you’d like to order any prints I can still pull out all the stops […]

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British Wildlife Photography Awards 2017 Finalist

This fantastic month was capped off with the announcement that my image of starlings after a storm was Highly Commended in the British Wildlife Photography Awards 2017. The ceremony was held at the Mall Galleries […]

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GDT European Wildlife Photographer of the Year Finalist

Another successful result from one of the world’s best nature photography contests, this time I was runner-up in the mammals category of the GDT European Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2017 with this image of […]

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Landscape Photographer of the Year 2017 Finalist

I’m very happy to be a finalist in the Landscape Photographer of the Year 2017 competition with this image of the Seven Sisters during a storm, taken earlier this year.

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The Seven Sisters

I’ve been working at the Seven Sisters for six months now, slowly but surely building a stock of images of the landscape and wildlife during the changing seasons. My main objective is to focus on […]

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Banded Mongoose in Etosha National Park, Namibia

This banded mongoose group lives on the edge of the Etosha Pan, close to Salvadora waterhole. I spent around an hour with them in the early morning light as they groomed and sunbathed before heading […]

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Wildlife photography in Etosha, Namibia

It’s hard to believe that three months have passed since my trip to do some wildlife photography in Etosha, Namibia. This has been a very busy time,  preparing images and stories for the press and […]

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Starving wildebeest in the Kalahari

Just a quick post to share my photo of a starving wildebeest in the Kalahari. At the end of the dry season the grazing has gone and the animals can either migrate or stay close […]

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Cheetah kill in the Kalahari Desert

This is the story of a cheetah kill in the Kalahari Desert. Before I start I should point out that it could also be titled The frustrations of a wildlife photographer. You’ll see why in […]

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