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  • A fundraiser to support African wildlife & communities
  • 100+ photographers, 1 cause - because there still is hope for nature
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Press about "Prints for Wildlife" 2020:

Sky news TV feature


Notes to Editors 

Pie Aerts, Prints for Wildlife Co-founder and Photographer: “The key to conservation is putting people at the heart of the solution, with community programs supporting health, education, job security, and sustainable livelihoods. African Parks, and their approach to conservation in working closely with partners and communities, is ensuring that the protected areas under their management are safe places where people and wildlife can flourish. When the entire world plunged into crisis with the outbreak of COVID-19, I was moved to bring together some of the best wildlife photographers on the planet to use the power of art to contribute to conserving some of the most precious ecosystems in Africa" 
Marion Payr, Prints for Wildlife Co-founder and Photographer: “When COVID-19 began to spread across the world all of my travel projects came to an immediate halt. As a travel photographer I reached out to my diverse client base about what they were experiencing and their feedback served as poignant reminders of the link between tourism and conservation. This was the spark that ignited the idea for “Prints for Wildlife” to join forces through art in the absence of tourism to support conservation and build awareness of these extraordinary places”


Questions to
Marion Payr
Pie Aerts
African Parks contact:
Fran Read