Bio: From a young age, I have sought to pursue the arts, leading me to my passion for photography, which I have intertwined with my love for wildlife and the natural world. Within my work I attempt to capture the natural behavior and personality of my subjects to create visually pleasing images with interesting compositions. After completing an extended diploma in photography with distinction stars, I had the tools to delve deeper into my desired profession and am currently studying Marine and Natural History photography at Falmouth University, and it has to be one of the best things I have ever done. The combination of inspirational tutors, my desire to learn and once in a life time opportunity’s provided, have helped me flourish, not only as a person but in my work. Such as steve winter before me, I aspire to work alongside conservationists to save the tigers and photograph the big cats. Photography gives me the control to capture nature in the way I see it, showing other people, my own visual perspective on the world. As one of the most competitive professional areas, wildlife photography can be tedious, requiring dedication and patience, but when you finally capture that image it is worth every second.