Unsure of a career path to follow when I left school in 2012 I booked a one way ticket to Kenya. I was working in the Masai Mara and here, like many before me, I immediately fell in love with the area’s people, wildlife and big horizons…so I stayed for a year and a half.
Eager to build on the photography skills I was learning and having decided it was time to try and take life (only a little) bit more seriously, I applied and was accepted to Falmouth University in the UK to study a degree in Marine and Natural History Photography. A fantastic and specialist three year course from which I graduated with a first class degree in 2017.
Following stints living in the UK and Australia I returned to Kenya in January 2019 as the in-house photographer for Governors’ Camp. Here I lead private and group photo safaris for their guests as well as creating high quality digital content for social media and marketing purposes. I will be returning in 2020 to resume this role and if you’d be interested in a safari with me at one of our luxury Governors’ camps please click here to find more information on how to book
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