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A creative, though provoking approach to photographic projects and Tours
We are in the process of curating whith Shem a special event that combines creative indeas with
We will discuss how I transitioned from a pure wildlife photographer into a cultural and wildlife photographer which led to exploring more of the remote areas in Africa. When I met Art Wolfe in 2012, his one comment stuck with me. He said that as an artist, one should “never have any prejudice” for your subjects. I noticed it in his approach. he photographs any subject matter. If it attracts his photographic eye o intrigues his mind, he is onto it in a flash. The result is an incredible repertoire of skills that you develop, which translates into a diverse portfolio of images.
As such, I followed that maxim and a whole new world of skills opened up to me, as well as interest. One of these has been the remote cultures of Africa. Going from a pure wildlife photographer building hides in Mashatu through to Turkana expeditions in Northern Kenya is a massive transitions. Yet I have grown as a photographer and being able to share this with guests whilst on safari is something I hold dear. Its the intrepids which come on these journeys and the images they gain are far from the norm: They are standouts! Such is life on an expedition.
9 March 2023 at 19:00:00