Conservation Biologist, Wildlife Photographer & Presenter
Wildlife Photographer of the Year
During July and August of 2020, I visited the Serengeti National Park with Asilia Africa to document the annual wildebeest migration: one of the greatest wildlife spectacles on Earth.
Captured just as this lioness bought down a fully-grown wildebeest, little did I know that my image would go on to be awarded Highly Commended in this years Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition, or that it would be featured in countless publications.
I am So proud to be a...
I feel so honoured to be part of the #NikonFamily and since joining their team nearly 2 years ago, I've had the pleasure to work on some amazing projects with their support. Most recently, I travelled to Dovrefjell in Norway for a trip to celebrate women in wildlife photography, and my favourite project to date was journeying to Switzerland to better understand how they live alongside the lynx.
Global ambassador for
Save The Rhino International
I feel very privileged to have worked closely with black rhinos in East Africa - throughout my masters and beyond - alongside some of the most determined, passionate and amazing conservationists and rangers. I can honestly say there are so many people out there who care, working tirelessly to protect this magnificent animal.
It's my mission to continue raising awareness for rhinos, and inspire others to fight for their future.
50% of profits to save the rhino
The Last Remaining
In the first week of November, I hosted my first fundraising exhibition at Espacio Gallery in London. As well as my own work, the exhibition featured renowned artist Katherine Hughes and award-winning wildlife photographer George Benjamin. The Last Remaining had one goal: to raise crucial funds for Save The Rhino International. To view the remaining artworks and invest in conservation, follow the button below.
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It's Official, I'm an author!
Where Did All The Rhinos Go?
This October, my debut children's book:Where Did All The Rhinos Go? was published!
Ami Vitale: "This beautiful book explores and explains some of the negative impacts that we're having on the natural world, from poaching to deforestation, and addresses them in a compassionate way. Through the eyes of an orphaned black rhino, we learn how deeply interconnected our world is. It is a powerful reminder to reimagine our relationship to nature and to each other."