Being on the plains of Southern and Eastern Africa gives me that special feeling. In Africa, I feel somehow more grounded and I'm able to connect to nature, the people, and myself.
It forces you to be in the moment because - in the bush - you don't know what the next minute will bring. Being so close to nature makes me feel alive and free!
I've visited over 10 African countries, some of them more than once and there really is something about Africa that feels like home to me. As a wildlife enthusiast and wildlife photographer
I keep going back to Africa; for its nature, the people, and my love for our beautiful - and sadly endangered - wildlife! With my wildlife images
, I hope to spread awareness about the critical facts some animals are facing and that it will inspire you to contribute to wildlife conservation
. The fight for our wildlife has never been more important, therefore I hope my images can be a small reminder of lives worth saving.
We don't own our planet Earth, we belong to it and we have to share it with our wildlife.