Most of my holidays as a child were spent in the bush and exploring hidden treasures of South Africa with my family. A deep love for the bush together with a keen interest in photography led me in the direction of wildlife photography.
My love for photography turned into a profession.
Once I had finished my Physiotherapy degree in Pretoria in 2010, I completed the Professional Photography course through the New York Institute of Photography and started freelancing as wildlife photographer for various companies in South Africa and Botswana. In 2019, I was fortunate enough to work as a full-time photographic guide in Botswana for the past few years, spending my days teaching wildlife photography to photographers from all over the world.