Wildlife Conservation


   “Conservation Through Exploration”


Endangered – The beautiful Snow Leopard


“As a natural world photographer and workshop leader, my work often takes me to some beautiful and often isolated locations both in the UK and internationally. As such, I have always felt a very strong affinity with global wildlife conservation and environmental issues”.


“Whilst working “in the field”, I feel an emotional bond with my surroundings and the wonderment of nature itself. Oceans, landscapes, wildlife, plants, forests – the natural world is glorious in all its forms”.


Much of our natural world is under threat … no considerable threat.


There needs to be protection of the natural world for humanity’s sake and not just for our generation but also for generations to come.


Biodiversity, climate change, illegal wildlife trade, landscapes and habitats, pollution, species on the brink of extinction, people and the environment. This is just a cross section of challenges that endangers our natural world.



The Pangolin – On the brink



As a follower of several leading conservation organisations, I want to promote and raise awareness of wildlife conservation and other issues that threaten our planet, through my photography, videography and storytelling.


“Once gone, we may never get them back” – Mark Brion


What would this world be without Elephants, Pangolins, Rhinos, Gorillas, Snow Leopards and many more wildlife species that are under threat and may become extinct over the next few years. It does not bear thinking about.



“Under threat”



“I have written an article – “Eco Tourism – The Way Forward?” (Read more…) which details how tourism may change in the future and help to protect the environment, people and wildlife of popular tourist destinations across the globe”.


As always, many thanks for your time,




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