Unsure of a career path to follow when I left school in 2012 I booked a one way ticket to Kenya. Here, like many before me I immediately fell in love with the continents people, wildlife and big horizons…so I stayed for a year and a half.

After an incredible four day camping trip to the Maasai Mara Game Reserve with a group of friends I knew I wanted to spend as much time as possible photographing Kenya’s wildlife. Realising I had to do this on a shoe string budget and with no work visa I was very fortunate to be given a volunteer role at Governor’s Safari Camp. Based in the heart of the Maasai Mara this was an incredible opportunity and I swapped undertaking camp duties (stock checking the spare parts of 50+ land rovers every month being a least favourite) for being able to spend 3-5 hours a day out on safari learning from their incredible guides.

Eager to build on the skills I was developing in Kenya and to turn photography in to a career I successfully applied for a place at Falmouth University to study Marine and Natural History Photography. After three great years in Cornwall and graduating with a First Class Degree I returned to Governor’s as their in house photographer early this year before working on my own projects in Ethiopia and Tanzania since then.

For any more information about my images or future plans then please get in touch as I’d love to hear from you!