Blog:

For ten years, I’ve helped tell the stories of Africa’s wild places. I’ve interviewed anti-poaching rangers, photographed the work of wildlife researchers, and been fortunate to explore some of the continent’s most beautiful wilderness. These are just a few of those stories.


27th October 2015 The aftermath of Cecil

The hunting of Cecil the lion on the eastern border of Hwan...

13th August 2015 Africa’s finest wilderness areas

Dave van Smeerdijk is an expert on travel to Africa’s wild...

5th August 2015 Interview with Ian McCallum

I first read Ian McCallum's book Ecological Intelligence abo...

30th July 2015 Taking the photo of Wolfberg Arch

I posted this photo a few weeks ago to my Facebook and Insta...

30th July 2015 Tough questions about the hunting of Cecil

According to media reports, an American hunter paid about $5...

16th July 2015 Chris and Monique Fallows’ incredible African wildlife experiences

Chris and Monique Fallows are a husband and wife team based ...

5th July 2015 Ian Michler interview: new documentary exposes canned lion hunting

Ian Michler of Invent Africa is one of the continent's best-...

30th June 2015 The definitive interview with wildlife photographer Greg du Toit

Greg du Toit is probably Africa’s best-known wildlife pho...

3rd June 2015 Craig Foster’s love affair with the cold waters of the Cape

A few years ago I watched The Great Dance, a film documentar...

18th May 2015 Flying over Lake St Lucia with ZAPWing

I had the fantastic opportunity recently to fly over Lake St...

18th May 2015 On tour with the leatherback turtles of iSimangaliso

I felt a little embarrassed. There were six of us kneeling o...

18th May 2015 Interview with novelist Tony Park about Africa’s wilderness

Author Tony Park and his wife Nicola at their home alongside...