89 images Created 13 Sep 2016
Mara & Serengeti
I first visited the Masai Mara in 2007 and I've returned most years since. In a strange way it felt like going home. It is a spectacular location in every sense of the word. In 2011, I travelled to the southern end of the Great Migration for the first time - touring the southern reaches of the Serengeti National Park and Ndutu. No matter whether you're in the Mara or the Serengeti, wherever the herds roam, predators are never far away. At first, it was all about the crossings and the big cats... actually it's still about the crossings and the big cats. It's what draws me back time and again. Lions, cheetahs, leopards, massive herds covering the entire savannah. It never tires. It never ceases to amaze, to enthral or to move me. This collection of prints represent some of my most memorable encounters and best photographs, capturing intimate moments of both care and high drama. My photography has developed considerably over time and now polarises between close-up high-impact portraits and wider contextual shots showing the wild animals in their environment.