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Black Leopard: My quest to photograph the most elusive cat in Africa

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Since childhood I have been fascinated by stories of black panthers. For many years they remained the stuff of dreams and of farfetched stories told around the campfire at night. Nobody I knew had ever seen one in the wild and I never thought that I would either. But that didn’t stop me dreaming…

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Barn Owls in Infrared – a project in Britain!

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Earlier this year, the BBC set me a challenge… to recreate my African Wildlife at Night photos here in the UK.

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Antarctica Photographic Expedition

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I have recently returned from a fantastic photographic expedition down to the Antarctic Peninsula and South Shetland Islands.

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Niassa, Mozambique

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I recently joined an expedition to Niassa Reserve in Northern Mozambique. I was part of a small team of conservationists and media producers. We were tasked with shooting material for “Niassa Wilderness”, a newly formed not-for-profit trust working to protect this remote wild place.

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Photographing Wildlife at Night in Liuwa Plain

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The low-light capabilities of modern cameras allow us to photograph wildlife in ways that would previously have been impossible. Over the last year or so, I have pushed my cameras to the limits in order to take striking images of nocturnal African animals.

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Top Wildlife Sites of the World – New Book!

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I’m excited to announce that my new book is now available online and in bookstores around the world! It is titled “Top Wildlife Sites of the World” and features 32 of my favourite wildlife destinations. This is a hardcover, coffee table book with 240 pages, featuring 360 beautiful images. It has been almost 10 years […]

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WWF Assignment to Capture Rare Camera Trap Images

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In August last year I undertook an assignment for WWF in the Zambezi Region of Namibia. Our aim was to obtain high-quality images of elusive animals, some of which had only ever been photographed on research cameras before.