Photography is a vital tool in our conservation and research projects. For more than 20 years we have used images to illustrate and communicate the beauty, behavior, and threats to wilderness and the carnivores we study. We hope our photography will captivate, inspire and sometimes even shock viewers into taking action to save Africa’s wild places and the creatures that we are so passionate about.
Photography also provides us with an important creative escape. Moments away from the rigors of long term fieldwork and the inevitable frustrations and conflict of our conservation efforts. It reminds us of the beauty around us, why we pursue this work and the great privilege that wilderness and wild animals afford us.
Here, we present a collection of our fine art prints and the associated documentary films with a focus on our favorite subjects … honey badgers, lions and the people and landscape of Mozambique’s spectacular Niassa National Reserve.
Keith & Colleen Begg