Sudan, the last male northern white rhino and Piritta in 2016 in Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Kenya.
Sudan, the last male northern white rhino, and me in 2016, Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Kenya.

My story

Since I was little, I have loved two things; animals and nature. I also always wanted to travel, but back then, it was not possible. At first, when I grew up, life took me in totally different directions, and I got diverted from my childhood passions.

But finally, as I got older, I understood my true calling, and I gathered my courage to venture on this path of professional photography. I have never regretted it since! When I am out in the field capturing wild moments with my camera, I feel like I live to my fullest potential. I am my true self. I am a wildlife and conservation photographer.

I also want to challenge the viewer by showing fresh, different, and versatile points of view in my work. I want to make people think, besides showing beautiful and fascinating scenes from the wild. What is behind this photo? What happened after it? Can I help the animals?

I have a special passion for wildlife conservation issues, and these are also some of my most precious subjects. I want to draw people’s attention to the immense beauty of the natural world and its inhabitants, through which I hope to inspire people to take action for protecting the wild and the wild places more actively.

The sixth extinction is an ongoing event as we speak, and if we don’t do more to stop it, we have more to lose than none of us can imagine. This is why I try to do my share in helping the wildlife and their environment through my photography because this is what I do best.

When I got older, I have also traveled around the world, and I enjoy it fully. To this day, I have been to over 60 countries, and more is coming. Also, the current photography and travel project, Expedition Conservation, of which I am a part, is an ongoing adventure through Africa.

My view as a photographer is that stories deserve to be told so that they could impact the viewer –  you, and hopefully create a positive change.

I hope you enjoy my work.

My African Adventure.
A giraffe is walking on the dirt road after the heavy rains in Kruger National Park, South Africa.

The Expedition Conservation is a project involving a lot of photography work to help wildlife conservation. My spouse and I have been driving around and across Africa for the last 4 years. I am lucky enough to share my passion for wildlife and wild places with my significant other, and together we have created this project. We aim to help important wildlife conservation issues through storytelling, visuals, and words. With Expedition Conservation, we help special, small and independent projects that are close to our hearts. Please, stop by our website to learn more about this African Adventure for wildlife. 

I also do hire work, and I can help you achieve your and your company’s goals through engaging and meaningful photography. I work mainly with the safari and the NGO industry. I offer tailor-made photography packages ranging from a short morning’s coverage to a ten-day assignment. Please get in touch for more information. 

Let’s create together imagery for your brand and/or project that will spark a positive reaction and one that your audiences and clients will fall in love too. 

And I also arrange exclusive, small-group photography safaris to East Africa, please visit the photo safari website to read more.

Get in touch, and let’s discuss things further!

I am looking forward to working together.