Our Photographic Focus
We have been involved in creating both still and moving images of Africa's wildlife for over 25 years and have been privileged to work in some of Africa's most astounding wildlife destinations.
Wildlife and nature conservation continues to be the basis for much of our work, and we are committed to using our photographic skills to draw attention to various conservation issues.
Lodge, tourism and travel photography and promotional movies form a substantial part of our business and we have over the years worked with some of the most prestigious names in the industry.
We love nothing more than being in the African bush, shooting photographs of wildlife and nature. We have combined our love of photography, wild places and conservation and made this one of our specialities. Click the link above to view some of these images.
We have worked in the tourism field for many years, mainly in private game reserves and lodges in southern Africa, creating still and moving content for their websites, presentations and brochures. Click the link above to view some of these images.
It's been a natural progression from shooting stills to shooting movies to provide promotional material for our clients, and our high end UHD and 4K Panasonic cameras are capable of extraordinary quality. Click on the link above to view some of these images.
One of the most unusual and exciting ways of bringing your website alive is with 360 degree spherical panoramas. To get prime results we use the very best Canon cameras and lenses. Click the link above to view some of these images.
We are freelance photographers and writers based in South Africa and share a passion for conservation, natural history, wild places and indigenous cultures. We have over the past 25 years made frequent excursions into various regions of the African continent in pursuit of great stories and imagery and our work has featured in numerous local and international publications. We have published 27 coffee table books, many of which are a celebration of nature and the environment. As part of our commitment to using our photographic and writing skills to greater affect, two of our latest books – In Search of the African Wild Dog and In Search of the African Lion – have a strong conservation emphasis. We hope, in this way, to increase public awareness of these two species and their current predicament and to highlight the urgent need to find sustainable solutions to the various issues surrounding them. Our most recent book, African Icons, has just been published (2015) and it is fabulous. We own and manage Africa Imagery, which is an online database of over 40 000 images of the people, wildlife and landscapes of the African continent. We also undertake commissioned photography in the tourism sector – both stills and movies - and offer advice on, and sales of photographic equipment.