With a deeply embedded passion for conservation and the wilderness in Africa, Kyle has spent the last decade exploring and guiding across the continent, sharing the collective and formless intricacies and experiences in nature. Kyle currently specializes in Botswana, Chad, Zambia, both of the Congo’s and Tanzania, the focus is on conservation impact intertwined with the wilderness experience.
Having spent the last few years as a professional specialist guide and conservation photographer, the emphasis of Kyle’s work is in visual and poetic storytelling and the interpretation of nature through his guiding style.
“Wildlife photography is just another tiny element to create the whole whilst out on safari, there is an unimaginable amount of stimulus that presents itself through the language of nature, and this is what makes the safari experience so special, so transformative”.
WildStudio is a great platform to deepen the safari experience with Great Plains, an exclusive and attentive approach to craft the safari.
Over the last few years Kyles work has featured in the New York Times, various wildlife magazines and as a finalist in the Botswana Wildlife Photographer of the Year.