I’ve just returned from Ovar, near Porto in Portugal where I did 3 days of talks about some of my conservation work I do at the Amigos do Cáster Festival – AMBID 2016. It is one of most important Conservation and Nature Photography Festivals in Portugal.
A wonderful article illustrated by my images covering the work of Panut Hadisiswoyo, Director of OIC in Sumatra is published in November’s issue of National Geographicmagazine. Telling the story of how the critically endangered Sumatran Orangutans are trafficked and sold as pets.
I’m pleased to announce that ZEISS will be supporting my wildlife photography with a range of some of their best wide angled lenses and their latest VICTORY SF 10×42 binoculars for me to use within my work and travels.
I’ve just returned for an amazing private viewing and auction evening in London as the Green Party unveiled its first ever large scale art exhibition at the Hoxton Arches gallery in London. It featured works donated by 50 green-minded artists ranging from household names in contemporary art to exciting up and coming street artists and everything in between.
I’m pleased to announce that I’ve been invited to the Green Party of England and Wales exhibition in London at Hoxton Arches. I will be giving a talk and presentation on Tuesday the 18th of October during the private viewing & auction evening.
I’m pleased to announce after alot of planning my new photo tour to the kingdom of Bhutan is now live on my website. This 9 day tour will cover some of the best places in this amazing country for wildlife, culture and local history. Helping me on the ground is the sister company to the guys that are helping me with my Snow Leopard expedition in 2017 which is now full and in 2018. They are one of the market leaders for this region.
Finland is a country of vast green forests, beautiful Baltic Sea islands, windswept arctic fells and thousands of blue lakes. These untouched and beautiful landscapes provide habitat for thousands of wild animals and birds.
Last month I spent two weeks in the province of Assam in North-eastern India to cover the 100th Pygmy Hog release for Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust that are based in Jersey. The work being done to save this critically endangered species was just amazing to witness and be part of. The following images show you some of the amazing things I witnessed during this incredible trip.