What you need to about our photography tours.

                         You're asking yourself....

                             Why should I go on a photographic tour?

Let's start with why I do what I do.

Photography and travel are two of the biggest loves of my life. I love photography. I have since picking up a camera as a teenager. I also love helping people.

These trips have been designed to get you into amazing locations and give you the tools to improve your photography and photographic style. Let's have a great travel experience and photograph amazing cultures and landscapes!

  • Exotic photographic locations.
  • Local guides and drivers means getting great local information.
  • Photographic tuition 
  • Traveling with other photographers gets you to the right locations at the best time.

 

I started my professional photographic career over 10 years ago in London and have photographed numerous celebrations, people and events. I have also had the pleasure of working with some international brands. Along the way I have been fortunate to have won some photographic awards for my work.

I have been blessed to have had the opportunity to travel to over 30 countries so far in my lifetime. Some of my favourite photographic experiences have been. Shooting Komodo Dragons in Indonesia, deserted Venetian squares and canals , desolate Icelandic landscapes and most recently the elephants and people of Botswana.

I want to take you along for the ride to get you into amazing locations and help you improve your photographic skills. I want to help you improve your photography skills and have an amazing experience at the same time.

I want to help you improve your photography and develop your own style while we explore amazing places and cultures.

Let's talk about which destination you would like to experience and photograph!

I have teamed up with AdventureWorld to create these tours. They have over 3 decades of experience in creating exceptional journeys using the best local guides and escorts with unparalleled local knowledge.

 

 
 Adventure World is proud to be an active partner and supporter of the Treadright Foundation's sustainability work and projects.   Created as a joint initiative between the Travel Corporation's (TTC) family of brands, the Treadright Foundation is a not-for-profit that works to help ensure the environment and communities we visit remain for generations to come. To date, Treadright has supported more than 35 sustainable tourism projects worldwide.  Treadright's guiding principal is to encourage sustainable tourism development through conservation, leadership and support for communities. We encourage each of our partners to use this principle to guide all of their actions, whether at our regional offices or when taking guests around the world.   By providing grants to organisations that encourage sustainability in different destinations, we hope to maintain the natural attractions across the world that define each unique region. Foundation priorities are set by the Steering Committee, which includes sustainability leaders like Céline Cousteau and Costas Christ. 

Adventure World is proud to be an active partner and supporter of the Treadright Foundation's sustainability work and projects. 

Created as a joint initiative between the Travel Corporation's (TTC) family of brands, the Treadright Foundation is a not-for-profit that works to help ensure the environment and communities we visit remain for generations to come. To date, Treadright has supported more than 35 sustainable tourism projects worldwide.

Treadright's guiding principal is to encourage sustainable tourism development through conservation, leadership and support for communities. We encourage each of our partners to use this principle to guide all of their actions, whether at our regional offices or when taking guests around the world. 

By providing grants to organisations that encourage sustainability in different destinations, we hope to maintain the natural attractions across the world that define each unique region. Foundation priorities are set by the Steering Committee, which includes sustainability leaders like Céline Cousteau and Costas Christ.