Later, please join us on Saturday, November 4 at 6:00pm for an image presentation and casual talk
I will speak about my journey to finding my passion for photographing animals and specifically, wildlife in Kenya. With a current focus on Endangered Species, my past work also shows that even man-made things which were thought to last forever, are fleeting and can be destroyed in no time at all. Think of Notre Dame in Paris.
Visits to the Galapagos, Svalbard, Iceland, as well as about 40 other countries, especially, and most recently, Kenya, gently guided me to discover what is important to me and through my photography I hopes to foster in the
viewer an appreciation for the past and present, and perhaps give pause for reflection toward the future.
Proceeds from the sales of my work are donated to animal and wildlife conservation projects here at
home and around the globe. I have, to date, adopted 12 elephants and a rhino at the Sheldrick
Wildlife Trust in Kenya (and that “family” is still growing), contributed to the many projects at the
Lewa Wildlife Conservancy Trust in Kenya, the BC SPCA, the Galapagos Conservancy and Jane Goodall’s Chimpanzee Sanctuary.
A pre-view mini exhibit of some of my work will be on display and for sale at Peninsula Gallery from
October 7 to 13, 2023 as well as on November 4th at the presentation.
Only 25 spaces are available, so sign up early!