Peter Chadwick

Peter Chadwick

As a dedicated conservationist and wildlife & conservation photographer, Peter Chadwick has over 25 years of experience in terrestrial and marine protected area management. He is the founder of African Conservation Photography and has worked throughout southern Africa in some of its most special wild places, including the Kalagadi Desert, Kruger National Park, Drakensberg Mountains, the sub-antarctic Prince Edward Islands … Read More

Carla Wood

Carla Wood

Carla is a Bsc Conservation Ecology Hons Graduate from Stellenbosch and has always had a great passion for people and the environment. As a young high school student, it was her dream to work for the world famous WWF and she has been blessed enough to be with the organisation for almost 4 years. She is inspired by the vision … Read More

Sarah-Leigh Watson

Sarah-Leigh Watson

After qualifying with a BA in Journalism and African History from Rhodes University, Sarah went on to qualify as a FGASA registered Game Ranger where she spent time in the South African Lowveld pursuing her passion for wildlife photography and nature conservation. Sarah started her formal career as a photographic journalists, based out of Johannesburg, but working across the African … Read More

Kate Goss

Kate Goss

As the daughter of a wildlife filmmaker, Kate spent her early childhood in the Okavango Delta. Over the years, she has been fortunate to explore many of Southern Africa’s other wild places, contributing to her keen interest in African wildlife conservation. With a career grounded in digital marketing, Kate recently made the decision to work as a freelance communications specialist, … Read More

Shannon Paul

Shannon Paul

As a young adult I loved the mountains, hiking, the fynbos, rocky shore, and the indigenous flora and fauna of South Africa, so it was natural when our children came along that we raised them to be mountains kids and to be passionate about their environment. A choice that influenced both their careers. Having taught English for many years I … Read More