The Wild Images Team
The guide is an important feature of any photographic tour. All Wild Images photography tours are accompanied by one or more professional leaders with the knowledge and experience to make the tour wholly successful. Wild Images leaders know their areas thoroughly and take pride in sharing their photographic knowledge with those who travel with them. Our constant aim is to try and ensure that every participant on our photography holidays has a great time.
Not only are Wild Images guides highly skilled photographers, they are also friendly, competent and approachable individuals who are experts at dealing with the day to day running of the tour, confidently coping with any problems that may arise and so greatly increasing the chance that everything will run smoothly. Leading a photographic tour in Europe or North America is one thing, leading one in a developing country where logistical problems are a fact of life is quite another! We can justifiably claim unrivalled experience in many parts of the world.
The travel organising skills of our office staff and their caring commitment to our clients and friends are second to none. Having such a dedicated and efficient team behind you makes all the difference when it comes to having an enjoyable tour, both before, during and after the holiday.
You can call or email our office at any time and ask us any question you would like to. You are going to find helpful and courteous service, and we always enjoy chatting with actual or potential customers, so if you have any questions at all about any of our photography tours then please get in touch. We want to hear from you!
Charlotte is an American wildlife photographer and trained ecologist. She has spent the last ten years traveling the world in pursuit of powerful wildlife images, with most of her experience based on the African continent. During her travels she has accumulated more than a few stories of close animal encounters! Charlotte has a bachelor’s degree in Ecology and […]Read More
Zoltán is based in Székelyudvarhely (Odorheiu Secuiesc) and his local patch is the Hargita Mountain and the various wetlands around his home town. He has also travelled extensively in the Danube-delta area over the years and had led many birdwatching tours there.Read More
Mark Beaman lives in the Forest of Bowland in Lancashire with his Australian partner and fellow photographer Inger Vandyke. He is Managing Director of Wild Images. Mark has travelled to every continent, including Antarctica, to view and photograph wildlife and has a worldwide interest in every aspect of wildlife travel.Read More
Sean Braine is from one of Namibia’s leading ‘natural history families’ (his father Steve is an eminent researcher and guide himself). Born and bred in the Namibian bush, Sean’s expertise in leading photographic trips in Namibia is unrivalled.Read More
Born and raised in Smøla, a Norwegian island off the coast of Kristiansund region in west-central Norway, Audun Lie Dahl has been a lover of nature since childhood. In 2010, he and his brother founded their own photographic company in Norway that specialises in eagle, hide/blind and musk ox photography, but Audun has also had […]Read More
Homebred from Smøla, a Norwegian island off the coast of Kristiansund regiuon in west-central Norway, Espen Lie Dahl is a biologist, wildlife enthusiast and nature photographer. His fascination with birds started from an early age, which eventually led to his PhD in Ecology from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, focusing on population studies […]Read More
Julie-Anne Davies is a photographer based in the mountains of British Columbia, Canada. At the age of ten she received her first camera and has had a never-ending passion for documenting the world around her ever since. She is a passionate traveller and mountain climber who spent a decade following her graduation from university – […]Read More
After learning that his father worked for Jacques-Yves Cousteau aboard the famous ship Calypso, Swedish-born Martin Enckell insisted on learning to dive right away. His training started at the age of 12 with Israeli navy divers in the Red Sea and since that time has successfully combined his love of travel with his love of […]Read More
Indika is a young Sri Lankan photographer who discovered his passion for wildlife at the age of 14 when he started to photograph the insects and butterflies of his local area using a Sony Powershot. Since then he has become a talented photographer of Sri Lanka’s wildlife and he has worked extensively as a photographer […]Read More
Viktor Kozlovsky lives in the north of Belarus and is one of the country’s foremost wildlife photographers, travelling many thousands of miles every year in pursuit of his passion. Viktor is also experienced in guiding the growing number of wildlife photographers visiting Belarus in recent years.Read More
Ole Jorgen Liodden of Norway is a pro wildlife photographer and one of the founders of WildPhoto Travel. His experience as a photo guide and expedition leader has led him to destinations such as Svalbard (40+ times!), Antarctica, Alaska, Africa, New Zealand, the Russian Far East and the Galapagos. Before Ole became a full-time photographer […]Read More
Dani López-Velasco is a young but virtually life-long Spanish naturalist and wildlife photographer who lives in Salinas in Asturias province in northwestern Spain. His wildlife photography trips have already taken him to more than 50 countries and all seven continents. The oceans are a particular favourite: he has been photographing on ‘pelagics’ all over the globe and organizes pioneering trips off Spain and the Canary Islands. Dani loves helping beginners improve their art and is an approachable and enthusiastic guide who knows how to get the most out of trips for his group members.Read More
Roy Mangersnes is a trained animal behaviouralist and professional wildlife and conservation photographer living in Sandnes, southwestern Norway. Roy is a former Nikon ambassador and is considered among the most influential nature photographers in Norway today. He is former chairman of the two largest nature photography associations in Norway; BioFoto and the Norwegian professional Nature photographers Association. […]Read More
Luke has spent considerable amount of time in the Brazilian Pantanal photographing Jaguars, Giant Otters, Giant Anteaters and many other creatures. Both a Canon and a Sony mirrorless user, Luke loves sharing his passion with others and is a great companion and photo guide.Read More
Pete lives in Lancashire, England with his partner Nina and sons Jack and Josh, and is a regular and well-respected senior leader for both Wild Images and its sister operation Birdquest. He has been birdwatching for as long as he can remember, growing up on the North Kent Marshes and at Dungeness. After graduating in […]Read More
János has been a keen birder from the age of 10. János (pronounced ‘Yanosh’) speaks fluent English, has a degree in Ecology from the University of Debrecen and is now doing post-graduate research on the ecology of aquatic birds (especially shorebirds, on which he has published a number of scientific papers).Read More
Chikara Otani lives in Tokyo. Passionately interested in birds and other wildlife since his early years, he spent some time at school in England before setting off on travels which have taken him throughout the world in pursuit of wildlife.Read More
Australian professional wildlife photojournalist and expedition leader Inger Vandyke now lives in the Forest of Bowland in northern England with her partner and fellow Wild Images photographer Mark Beaman. Inger has a long-established photographic career publishing images and stories in over 30 publications worldwide.Read More
South African born Wim Vorster’s love of the natural world stems from when he was a young boy. After completing his schooling in Pretoria, he attended the Tshwane University of Technology where he first completed a National Diploma in Nature Conservation. During his studies he worked as an intern both at the Timbavati Private Nature […]Read More
Mike Watson lives in East Lancashire with his Hungarian partner Évi and their son Alexander. Mike has been an avid photographer for more than 25 years and spends most of his spare time with camera in hand. A keen wildlife enthusiast since childhood, his sharp eyes will surely ensure some great wildlife encounters! Mike is a very approachable guide and always willing to share his photographic knowledge with participants on his tours.Read More