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Lead Wildlife Photographer

Mark has been traveling around the world with his camera for as long as he can remember. From the depths of the African Rainforests, through the harsh bushlands and over the harsh deserts, Mark has photographed everything and anything that moves in the natural world. During his wildlife photographic excursions, Mark has been involved in many photographic projects and accomplishments such as helping with the making of Our Planet and Tiny World. His big cat rainforest projects such as the Mirror Image Stimulation Study landed him a feature in National Geographic, Daily Telegraph, The Mirror and more.

As Runner Up in the Wildlife Photographer of The Year Competition, Mark has continued to impress with his ever-growing portfolio of wildlife photographs that bast shows the struggle of wild animals in this threatened natural world. Also Mark continues to work for Wildlife Photographic Magazine where is ever growing portfolio fills the magazine with images and interesting articles of his stories and techniques.

Africa has been a home for many years for Mark as he travels through country to country documenting the behaviours of African wildlife and recording their behaviours frame by frame. He has explored many different areas of Africa ranging from the high Gorilla forests of Uganda down to the flat plains of Namibia where wildlife thrives in but in struggle. He has spent a lot of his time with conservation teams in Botswana making his passion to photograph and protect wildlife even stronger. His knowledge of Southern and Central African wildlife brings a unique feel to the tours he leads, along with his photographic knowledge that he provides here with Untamed Photo Safaris.


As a wildlife photographer Mark has been eager to teach others and help his photography guests gain the images they require for their personal portfolio. His development of Untamed Photo Safaris was his key to expand his way of teaching and to bring others together who share a passion for wildlife photography. The goal was to help clients gain exciting and memorable images while experiencing wildlife in untouched parts of the world. As his guided wildlife photo tours carry on, Mark continuers to enjoy helping others to learn how to capture images of wildlife in their natural state along with biological facts of each species.

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