This series ‘Wild Frontiers’ was created to present and celebrate the natural habitat and beauty of our wildlife and landscape. The images were taken in Tanzania in the Serengeti National Park and in the Ngorongoro Crater. The Serengeti National Park is a world Heritage site, one of the last few natural wonders on earth. This is a place I longed to visit and hope to return soon. David Attenborough documentaries always leave me in awe and draw me to that fantastical natural world that we have. My love of the outdoors, nature, wildlife and the landscape have furthered my journey with photography.

Our planet is so precious and fragile. The challenges presented by climate change are having such a devastating impact on the lives and existence of so many species that we share our natural world with. I hope this series of photographs from ‘Wild frontiers’ showcases what we have now and it is my hope to honour and embrace it.

Photography for me is all about having an emotional connection to a scene. Prior to visiting the Serengeti, I envisaged creating a series of black and white photographs of landscape and wildlife. These images were about the intimate texture and tones of light and shadow and all about the emotional draw to a space or subject. I intentionally documented these images in black and white to suspend time, to encourage protection and preservation of our natural resources for future generations.


All prints are printed on Fine Art Hahnemuhle photo paper and are archival and mounted to a signed and editioned archival mount larger prints will be rolled and tubed for postage.
All prints are museum-quality pieces that use refined particles of pigment to create beautiful, high-resolution finished artwork. As its name suggests, this method of printing creates artwork designed to last a long time. Two key elements play a role in the lifespan of an archival pigment print—the ink and the paper.
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