I am a professional photographer with a wide variety of presentations using my own images. My Italian wife and I have lived and worked in Africa for over 30 years and have been lucky enough to travel widely on five continents.
My books, Faces of Kenya and Shepherds of the Desert, published by Hamish Hamilton, London, went into several editions.
The Photographers’ Gallery and the Africa Centre in London, the New Stanley Gallery in Nairobi and L’ Espace Archard in Sainte Foy lès Lyon, France have all hosted exhibitions of my photographs.
For over 40 years I have been selling my images for publication, first through my own stock library Images of Africa Photobank and since 2004 through Alamy where I have over 11,000 images available for publication on line.
Thousands of my photographs have been used worldwide in books, magazines, calendars and newspapers. The Telegraph, Guardian, Times, Observer, Daily Mail, Reader’s Digest Books, Rough Guides, Insight Guides, BBC Books and National Geographic are amongst hundreds of publishers who have used my work.
Recently my images have won many awards in International Exhibitions and I am a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society – a distinction awarded (twice) for my African wildlife photography.
Now semi-retired, I enjoy sharing my love of photography with many audiences, Camera Clubs and Photographic Societies.
About my talks...
I use a digital projector and sophisticated software with smooth fades, zooms and panoramas to enhance first class photography from 17 different countries.
My normal fees are £75.00 plus travelling expenses at 44p per mile.
For smaller societies I am willing to negotiate discounts; so please contact me and explain your needs.
Don’t hesitate to contact me if you have a cancellation. I can often be available at short notice.