Trai Anfield finds her new hippopotamus neighbours funny, fascinating and fearsome.

January 17, 2020

I'm really excited to be launching my first wildlife photography exhibition in the USA, at The Photographer's Eye Gallery in Escondido, so thought I'd share a sneak preview with you on a short guided walkthrough.

Work from the exhibition may be purchased through the gal...

April 9, 2019

I'm delighted to share some more good news with you!

I've won the Greatest Maasai Mara Photographer Of The Year Contest, March 2019!

The winning shot is this male lion shaking raindrops off his mane after a downpour at the start of the rainy season.  It is called 'Microc...

Ahead of my upcoming Mountain Gorillas & Highlights of Rwanda photo safari I thought I'd answer the many questions I'm asked about gorillas, trekking to see them and how to photograph them.

Why Do It?

Photographing wild mountain gorillas is the most challenging and emoti...

February 10, 2016



As a football fan, as well as a photographer, I’m taking inspiration from Leicester at the moment. 

Who’d have thought? They sit 6 points clear of their nearest rivals, Manchester City, at the top of the Premiership.  They beat City 3-1 on Saturday.  Yet the team Leic...

December 17, 2015

It’s amazing how little things can make such a big difference to a photographer. 


Yes, I bought a Nikon D4s this year, and yes it cost a small fortune, and yes it did make me happy when I experienced the quality of shot it helps me produce… but do you know what made me...

February 14, 2014

After recently photographing the northern lights in staggeringly chilly -43C (plus significant wind chill) conditions in Finland, I thought I’d share the clothing I took to survive - and thrive! - in such extreme cold:



January 27, 2014

This week can be summed up in a few choice F’s! 


Finland – beautiful place. 

Freezing – temperatures plummeted to -43C while we were there. And that, I can tell you, is frighteningly cold. 


Fantastic filming kit – both my Nikon D800 and my GoPro Hero3 stood up to appall...

November 20, 2013

Being greeted by timber wolves is an experience of mixed feelings. The raw force as they knock me flat is shocking. Two sets of jaws gaping to fasten round my head is absolutely horrifying. Then as I realise they don’t actually want to rip my head off there is a tide o...

January 30, 2013

There have been days recently when relentless cold, rain, snow and howling wind have put me off filming – not least because in a gale it’s hard to stop a long lens wobbling for enough time to get a steady shot, especially at night when longer exposures are needed. But...

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