Prints for Wildlife wouldn't exist without photographers joining forces and donating their work generously to the fundraiser. These are the over 240 photographers who have donated their work since the inception of Prints for Wildlife - our gratitude belongs to these gifted and kind artists.

The contributing photographers since 2020

Aarav Shah (Kenya)

Adam Bannister (South Africa)

Adam Kotze (South Africa)

Agustin Cleris (Argentina)

Alejandro Camba (Spain)

Alessandro Beconi (Italy)

Alex Kydd (Australia)

Alice Peretie (France / UK)

Alissa Thakker (Canada / Kenya)

Amaya Shah (Kenya)

Ami Vitale (USA)

Amy Shutt (USA)

Andrew Aveley (South Africa)

Andrew Beck (South Africa)

Andrew Liu (USA)

Andrew McDonald (Scotland)

Andy Biggs (USA)

Andy Parkinson (UK)

Anette Mossbacher (Germany)

Anshul Sikri (India)

Antonio Liebana (Spain)

Arnaud Legrand (France)

Benoît Bussard (Switzerland)

Beverly Joubert (South Africa)

Bjorn Perssen (Sweden)

Brendon Cremer (South Africa)

Brendon Jennings (South Africa)

Brent Stirton (South Africa)

Cam Stables (New Zealand)

Cameron Yarrow (UK)

Carole Deschuymere (Belgium)

Carsten Fischer (Germany)

Charl Stols (Botswana)

Charlie Hamilton James (UK)

Charly Savely (USA)

Chase Teron (USA)

Chris Fallows (South Africa)

Chris Schmid (Switzerland)

Christian Vizl (Mexico)

Clair Nicol (UK)

Clement Kiragu (Kenya)

Cristina Mittermeier (Mexico)

Daisy Gilardini (Canada)

Daniël Nelson (Netherlands)

Daryl Balfour (South Africa)

Dave Sandford (Canada)

David Chancellor (UK)

David Lloyd (UK)

Debra Jamroz (Canada)

Dennis Stogdill

Don Heyneke (South Africa)

Drew Doggett (USA)

Duncan Murrell (UK)

Elena Didevska (Ukraine)

Elsa Bussiere (France)

Emilie Ristevski (Australia)

Emma Dubrovsky (Canada)

Emma Evers (Netherlands)

Erika Hobart (Japan/USA)

Erin Sullivan (USA)

Federico Veronesi (Kenya)

Felix Rome (UK)

Freda Strydom (South Africa)

Gabi Guiard (Spain)

Gabriela Reyes Fuchs (Mexico)

Gaël Ruboneka Vande weghe (Rwanda)

George Benjamin (UK)

George Dian Balan (South Africa)

Georgina Goodwin (Kenya)

Gesa Neitzel (Germany)

Graeme Green (UK)

Graeme Purdy (UK)

Graham Springer (South Africa)

Graham Wood (South Africa)

Greg du Toit (South Africa)

Gurcharan Roopra (Kenya)

Hanain Ayub (Kenya)

Hannes Lochner (South Africa)

Harman Singh Heer (Australia)

Harry Skeggs (UK)

Hector David Astorga (USA)

India Bulkeley (USA)

Isak Pretorius (South Africa)

Jackie Badenhorst (South Africa)

James Gifford (UK)

James Kydd

James Lewin (UK)

Jamie Joseph (Zimbabwe)

Jan van der Greef (Netherlands)

Jan van Woerden (Netherlands)

Jan Vermeer (Netherlands)

Jane Michaelides-Smith (Kenya)

Jason Charles Hill (Australia)

JC Pieri (France)

Jeffrey Wu (Canada)

Jie Fischer (Germany)

Joachim Schmeisser (Germany)

Jody MacDonald (USA)

Joe Daniels (UK)

Johan Lolos (Belgium)

Johan Siggeson (Sweden)

Johan van Zyl (South Africa)

John Lord Booth (USA)

Jonas Abana Eriksson (Congo)

Jonas Beyer (Denmark)

Jonas Strahberger (Switzerland)

Jonathan Lee (USA)

Jono Allen (Australia)

Jose Fragozo (Kenya)

Joshua Galicki (USA)

Julia Wimmerlin (Sweden)

Karabo LebronPeter Moilwa (Botswana)

Karim Iliya (USA)

Kate Newman (Australia)

Kate Ochsman (USA)

Kelsey Williamson (USA)

Ketan Khambhatta (India)

Kiliii Yuyan (USA)

Kimerlee Curyl (USA)

Kirsten Frost (South Africa)

Kristi Odom (USA)

Konsta Punkka (Finland)

Kyle de Nobrega (Botswana)

Kyle Lewin (South Africa)

Lance van de Vyver (South Africa)

Laura Dyer (South Africa)

Laura Galbraith (UK)

Laura Merz (USA)

Laurent Baheux (France)

Lee-Anne Robertson (South Africa)

Lewis Burnett (Australia)

Lucia Griggi (Italy)

Mangesh Desai (India)

Marcel van Luit (Netherlands)

Marco Gaiotti (Italy)

Marco Ronconi (Italy)

Marcus Westberg (Sweden)

Marina Cano (Spain)

Marion Payr (Austria)

Mariza Freitas (Brazil)

Mark Drury (USA)

Mark Dumbleton (South Africa)

Marlon du Toit (South Africa)

Marsel van Oosten (Netherlands)

Martin Meyer (South Africa)

Matt Porteous (UK)

Matt Todd (Australia)

Matt Yardley (South Africa)

Max Melesi (Kenya)

Maxime Aliaga (France)

Melanie Delamare (France)

Mia Collis (Kenya)

Mia Stawinski (Netherlands)

Michael Lorentz (South Africa)

Michael Poliza (Germany)

Michel d'Oultremont (Belgium)

Michele Bavassano (Italy)

Mickael Samama (France)

Mike Dexter (South Africa)

Mike Sutherland (South Africa)

Misha Wilcockson (UK)

Mithun Hunugund (India)

Morgan Mulholland (South Africa)

Mutua Matheka (Kenya)

Nadia de Lange (South Africa)

Naudé Heunis (South Africa)

Neha Paranjape (India)

Nelis Wolmarans (South Africa)

Nick Dyer (Kenya)

Nili Gudhka (Kenya)

Nina Wiesmeyr (Austria)

Nitin Madhav (USA)

Paolo Torchio (Italy)

Pareet Shah (Kenya)

Patrick Bentley (Zambia)

Paul McKenzie (Kenya)

Paul Nicklen (Canada)

Penny Robartes (South Africa)

Pete McBride (USA)

Pete Oxford (UK)

Peter Delaney (Ireland/South Africa)

Philippe Henry de Frahan (Belgium)

Pie Aerts (Netherlands)

Pieter Bas Bouwman (Netherlands)

Pietro Luraschi (Italy)

Piper Mackay (USA)

Prashil Parekh (UK)

Preeti & Prashant Chacko (India)

Rahul Sachdev (India)

Randall Ball (USA)

Richard Flack (South Africa)

Richard Peters (UK)

Rihaz Sidi (Kenya)

Robert J. Ross (USA)

Ryan Wilkes (Canada)

Sabine Stols (Botswana)

Sam Stogdale (Kenya)

Sascha Fonseca (Germany)

Saul Rivkind (South Africa)

Scott Ramsay (South Africa)

Sergey Gorshkov (Russia)

Sergio Pitamitz (France/Italy)

Shaun Malan (Botswana)

Shaaz Jung (India)

Shannon Wild (South Africa)

Shaun Malan (Botswana)

Shaun Mousley (Kenya)

Shem Compion (South Africa)

Shivang Mehta (India)

Simon Lorenz (South Africa)

Simon Needham (UK)

Solly Levi (Namibia)

Stefano Rossi (Italy)

Steve Winter (USA)

Steve Woods (Canada)

Sudhir Shivaram (India)

Suhaib Avi (Kenya)

Suzie Eszterhas (USA)

Tami Walker (Zimbabwe)

Thige Njuguna (Kenya)

Thomas Mangelsen (USA)

Thomas Vijayan (Canada)

Tiffany Taxis (USA)

Tiina Törmänen (Finland)

Tom Mason (UK)

Tom Svensson (Sweden)

Tom Way (UK)

Tomasz Szpila (Poland)

Tracey Jennings (Malaysia)

Trai Anfield (UK)

Vicki Jauron (USA)

Vladimir Cech Jr (Czech Republic)

Will Burrard-Lucas (UK)

Willem Bakhuys Roozeboom (Netherlands)

William Fortescue (UK)

William Steel (Botswana)

Wim van den Heever (South Africa)

Wouter van Hofwegen (Netherlands)

Xavier Ortega (Spain)

Yaron Schmid (Israel)

Yashpal Rathore (India)

Yusuke Abe (Japan)


The project initiators

Without knowing each other personally Pie and Marion joined forces in 2020 with one shared idea: To support conservation efforts during the challenging time of the COVID-19 pandemic and travel restrictions. Fast forward to 2022 - they're still working together, and even if the pandemic slowly subsides there's still so much to support needed in face of climate change and biodiversity loss!

Marion Payr and Pie Aerts on location in Rwanda for African Parks and Prints for Wildlife

Pie Aerts

Pie Aerts (Instagram: @pie_aerts) is a Dutch documentary and wildlife photographer with a sincere interest in human/wildlife conflict stories. Through his lens, he examines the intricate relationship between animals, humans and nature and, as we become increasingly distant from each other and ourselves, he uses photography to search for the cause of this disconnect. He believes art can be an incredibly powerful tool in restoring that lost connection and therefore founded Prints for Wildlife in march 2020. Since the international outbreak of COVID-19 Pie traveled to Kenya 3 times to work on his new collection Umoja, visualising his personal relationship with the Kenyan landscape. Pie serves as a Canon EMEA ambassador and as Hahnemühle Natural Line Ambassador.

Marion Payr

Marion Payr (Instagram: @marionpayris a travel photographer based in Austria. At the centre of Marions work is a dedication to the art of traveling, which unites us globally and acts as a driving force for cultural understanding and conservation. She believes in the power of imagery to convey these values to future generations. Marion dedicates much of her career to female empowerment, believing an equal representation of voices & images supports a vision of a united world in the spirit of togetherness. Another cornerstone of Marions work is her dedication to wildlife conservation and ethical tourism in Africa - with a focus on socially conscious projects and women’s empowerment.

Advisory Board

Since 2021 we're joined by our advisory board - to act as sounding board and sparring partner and support Prints for Wildlife with their voices and ideas.
Mia Collis (@mia_collis)

Mia: "Prints for Wildlife is a wonderful initiative to support African Parks and to encourage people to take interest in the importance of our natural world."

Clement Kiragu (@clementkiragu)
Clement: “My support for Prints for Wildlife was hugely contributed to the community based approach that went into the thinking of this Initiative. I have seen communities around national parks live in poverty far too long. Since I started out in wildlife I always knew I wanted to do something about that. So, when Pie approached me about a cause that would benefit such communities, it was a no brainer. We all know the dangers we face with wildlife; We need to act NOW to start the wave of change we so desperately need. I am all about such change.”

Marcus Westberg (@marcuswestbergphotography)
Photographer & writer
Marcus: “For me, joining Prints for Wildlife was a no-brainer. I have been working with African Parks for several years, but Covid put an end to my ability to support them in the field. Prints for Wildlife is a great way to continue that support at a time when it is needed more than ever - as well as an opportunity to collaborate with incredible photographers from all over the world.”

Michael Lorentz (@mlorentz23)
Safari guide, conservationist & photographer
Michael: “Conservation can be daunting, and I am often asked, 'what can I do that makes a difference?' Prints for Wildlife is one answer. In buying a print (or even two), you become part of a movement that, at scale, has been shown to raise a significant amount of money - money that goes to African Parks, who is in my view the most effective conservation organization on the continent. Your purchase of a stunning photograph becomes part of a much larger narrative that truly does make a difference. Prints for Wildlife 'Round One' was a beautiful story in a challenging year that somehow captured the very best of who we are and what we can achieve when we all pull in the same direction.”

The volunteers

Prints for Wildlife would never have been possible without a dedicated team of volunteers who spent days and weeks supporting the fundraiser. Some of them working tirelessly in the photo lab packing and shipping orders others supporting us on handling the wave of support on Social Media. Let us just name a few!

Martin Meyer / Our Social Media wizard

Martin (Instagram: @martinmeyer_wild) is a wildlife photographer based in South Africa. Martin is the one behind a lot of the messages and answers you get on the Prints for Wildlife Instagram account!

Kady Kirchmayr / Social Media management

Kady (Instagram: @kadyinvienna) is a Social Media strategist and avid photographer based in Austria. Thanks to her support we could keep you updated with daily Instagram stories and regular posts full of beautiful photography, great storytelling and all the infos you needed about the fundraiser!

Julia Korn / Customer Service

Julia (Instagram: @days_of_ubuntu) is a media & communications student and trained field & trails guide  and supported the first edition of Prints for wildlife already. In the second edition she will take on an even bigger role.

Julia: "During the time I experienced and learned about wildlife in South Africa I realized the importance of protecting these wild places. The animals, the trees and everything in between are so unbelievably stunning. I believe we need to do everything in our power to make sure that the generations after us can enjoy wild spaces like we do. And in this African Parks is doing an amazing job! This is why, from the moment I heard of Prints for Wildlife, I knew, I needed to be a part of it in one way or another!"

Capucine Veuillet / Customer Service

In 2022 we're joined by Capucine (@caapsss) who is supporting us with all things customer service. Thank you so much for your time and dedication!

Chase Teron / E-Commerce & E-Mail marketing advisor

Chase (Instagram: @Chase.Teron) is the owner of Artica Studios and a professional photographer. After donating one of his gorgeous cheetah photos to the campaign in 2020 he offered to help us setting up Shopify in a more professional way - making the overall user experience better and taking our fundraiser to the next level!
Chase: "I was a contributing photographer last year and again this year because the selflessness and positivity of this campaign is unmatched. Marion and Pie created PfW to unite the global supporters of the African tourism industry to come together to create a profound level of stimulus to directly help the African Parks Network. The positive energy of the PfW initiative is something that our planet really needs right now and the ripple effects of this campaign are global. This collaborative approach of world class photographers, fans and supporters coming together via the PfW campaign for the African Parks Network is truly the easiest way that we can all give back and how we can make the biggest difference. I cannot recommend supporting this campaign enough as the supporters get breathtaking images for their homes, their friends, families or co-workers and all the funds go directly towards protecting the African wildlife for generations to come."

Graeme Green / Advisor

Graeme (Instagram: is a photographer and journalist for international publications specialising in wildlife, conservation, human rights, development and global issues. He is also the founder of the New Big 5 project (

Graeme: “When Pie got in touch ahead of the first Prints For Wildlife fundraiser asking for help, I was happy to get involved with such an obviously great cause, and it’s great to be asked back for this summer’s campaign. As a photographer and journalist, I’ve spent time in many of Africa’s incredible wildlife locations and learnt first-hand about the urgent issues facing animals, nature and people. African Parks do exceptional work to protect wildlife areas, working with local communities, experts and African governments. Photography can do so much to raise awareness about important issues and raising money is vital to keeping conservation work going. Prints For Wildlife is a great example of what can be achieved when people work together. It’s a pleasure to be able to help.” 

Laurens Smit / Filmmaker
In 2022 we got the chance to travel to Rwanda and get to know African Parks work on the ground. The Dutch filmmaker Laurens Smit (@laurentiussmit) accompanied us and filmed and edited the wonderful video you see above.