Karanja was the Maasai Mara’s most famous of its forty-nine black rhinos, famous for his age but probably more so for his magnificent 34 inch horns which made him so easily recognisable from the rest.
He was easily the oldest rhino in the reserve and died of natural causes on Christmas Eve 2014 at the age of around 44 years old. He was a rare living link from an era when rhinos were still common, and just as much as it was a privilege to see him his natural surroundings, it becomes a relief to know, against all odds, that he completed his life naturally.Read More…»
I’m delighted to announce a new exhibition of black and white wildlife photography in Pall Mall, London this November in collaboration with acclaimed wildlife sculptor, Rosamond Lloyd (no relation).
The exhibition is being held at the Royal Opera Arcade Gallery in Pall Mall, London for two weeks starting on the 18th of November. Hours will be from 10:30am to 6:30pm on weekdays, and 11:00am to 5:00pm on weekends. We can open the gallery outside of these hours on request.
Along with ten sculptures in bronze by Rosamond, I’ll be exhibiting some fifteen or sixteen limited edition black and white photographs taken over the last four or five years. They will be shown in a variety of sizes, some large, including one of a lion at life size. If you are familiar with my work, then you will certainly see a few favourites, but I do have a few new surprises in store for this show as well.
So if you’re in London during the weeks of 18th-30th November, we’d be delighted to see you there. Entry is free.
For more information on the exhibition, please visit the Bronze, Black & White here.
Bronze, Black & White
Two Wildlife Artists · One Unique Show
18th—30th November 2013
The Royal Opera Arcade Gallery,
London SW1Y 4UY
Bronze, Black & White is kindly supported by
Masai Giraffes, Kenya, 2013
An Exhibition of Black and White Wildlife Photography
I’m pleased to announce that I’ll be showing a selection of my African wildlife photography at the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation Gallery in Surrey throughout the month of July.
It is a showing of about a dozen black and white photographs, taken between 2009-2012. It runs from 5th July to 3rd August, and entry is free. Needless to say, a percentage of sales will be donated to the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation to go towards saving endangered wildlife.
Private Preview, Friday 5th July
Places limited – please call 01483 443852 for more details.
7 Kings Road, Shalford GU4 8JU
July 5th-August 3rd
Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Saturday 10am-4pm
Entry is Free
For more info please visit the David Shepherd Foundation Gallery website here.
A picture of a giraffe licking its lips which I took only last month in Kenya has proved popular enough already for me to offer as an open edition print. Giraffes seem to a popular subject with many people, and this simple head shot is both clean and colourful.
Open prints have no restriction on the print run, so are not numbered or hand signed. However there is a signature printed on the print in place of where a hand signed one would be. As the others are, this one is available in sizes of 40cm, 60cm and 80cm.Read More…»
I have released A Flick of the Tail as a limited edition print of 75. This was the image that saw me win a specially commended award at last year’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year. It was also chosen for that competition’s annual Portfolio cover.
A Flick of the Tail is limited to a run of 75 only and are each hand numbered and signed by me just beneath the image area. Each print is embossed with a stamp on the paper’s edge and printed with a generous white border all around. I check each Limited Edition print to ensure quality before it is sent to the buyer.
Print sizes available are 40cm, 60cm, 80cm, framed or unframed. Larger sizes are available on request.
I have more information about my prints, the process we use, payment methods and delivery here.
I added three more black and white prints to the store this week, two African Buffalo portraits and one Noble Lion. There’s now nine in the Limited Edition collection, the first six are here. Sizes begin at 30cm and 40cm wide respectively and go up to 80cm or more. There’s more info and print specifications at Print Info.