I not only learnt about the wilds of Africa; I was forced to evolve as the footsteps of gentle questions surrounded me. I found my place as a young child and a young naturalist. It could be said that these lessons are all I have ever known, and it was these lessons, paths of discovery and behaviors that I found myself passing onto visitors in the wild. It was a gift I felt I had to pass on as it was to dishonor that very thing, the wild, to try hold it to myself.
I spent my adult years sojourning from one camp to the next in search of new discoveries. Working my way through remote area of Tanzania, Zambia, Namibia and South Africa as a nature guide and aiding in conservation projects of a variety of sorts. Gaining skills and knowledge that place me well in a position at Wild Eye as a photographic expedition leader.
Art has always fascinated me. From paintings to old cars, imagery or storytelling of any form, even the textures of bark on a tree or the pattern in the clouds. With this passion, combined with a life of guiding in the wilds of Africa, I was able to help my guests feel and experience the same feelings alongside creating beautiful art of their own.