Mufasa - This word means 'king' and we all know that the lion is indeed the king of the jungle. Photographed on my annual Botswana and South Africa predator workshop in Mala Mala Game Reserve.
Mara Cheetah Cub - A cheetah cub stares straight into my lens, allowing me to capture the incredible intricate eye detail (Masai Mara, Kenya)
Gelada King - The last rays of the day caress the mountain slopes in the background, complimenting the orange eyes of my incredible subject (Simien Mountains, Ethiopia).
Portrait of a Gelada - Every time a wild subject stares straight into my lens, I feel a rush; like I did on the top of the Simien Mountains in Ethiopia with this Gelada Baboon.
The King - This male lion is the king of Botswana's Northern Tuli area. I have waited years to capture a portrait that does this magnificent specimen of a lion justice.
Swimming Elephant - A gentle giant enjoys cooling off in the Zambezi River as the sun sets on another dreamy African scene (Mana Pools, Zimbabwe).
Gazing Up - A female leopard in Botswana's Mashatu Game Reserve looks for a suitable tree in which to hoist her prey and as she gazes up, her long eyelashes are accentuated.
Londolozi Lion - It was a cold winter’s morning in South Africa’s Londolozi Game Reserve when I took this backlit portrait of one of the dominant male lions in the area, as he sniffed the air for pheromones.
Notch (only artist's proof left in the large size but still available in medium) - This lion's name was Notch and together with his sons, he ruled the great plains for over a decade. He now lives on in this portrait (Masai Mara, Kenya).
A Gathering of Giants - In Kenya's Chyulu Hills, a group of Tuskers gather at a watering hole to quench long thirsts. It remains one of the most special and rare sightings I have enjoyed.
Through The Legs - Waterholes are my favourite place to be in the world and it has been this way, ever since I was a child. They are a place where animals gather and where magic happens, like this Eland, the largest antelope in the world, staring through the legs of the tallest animal in the world (Chyulu Hills, Kenya).
Chimpanzee Siesta - In the wild Mahale Mountains of Tanzania a chimpanzee prepares for a siesta. Lying next to him, I managed to create this portrait and thankfully just before he closed his eyes.
A Moment of Contemplation - A chimpanzee, in the wild and very remote Mahale Mountains of Tanzania, enjoys a moment of contemplation. The sun's rays filter through the forest softly, gently, creating an ethereal atmosphere.
Rhino River - A white rhinoceros has just enjoyed an early morning drink from the river (Mala Mala, South Africa).
Forest Chimpanzee - Tanzania's Mahale Mountains house the largest population of wild chimpanzees left in the world. As my endangered subject sat in the forest; the light filtered down through the leaves and the dark forest rendered a pleasing bokeh of greens and blacks.