Innate Topography documents the intricate details of animals from an oblique perspective, honing in on subtle textures of skin, undulating backbones and the evolution of defence and protection. I like to believe that by showing very little of an animal it enhances understanding and broadens knowledge outside the conventional.
Since 2004 I have worked as a zoo keeper caring for the endangered Black Rhino. Also in May 2013 I will graduate from the University of Kent with a BA (Hons) in photography. My two passions in life are animals and photography and I hope in the future to combine both careers and use my photographic skills to aid conservation.
Innate Topography Published April 22, 2013