My name is Natasha Chapman, I am originally from the UK, I first moved to the African Continent 7 years ago to be a Physical Education teacher in Malawi. I loved teaching in Malawi, the weather is beautiful, the children amazing and I could go on safari at weekends!  I taught in Malawi for 4 years, I then moved to Tanzania for 3 years and now I live in Lewa, a Wildlife Conservation Area in Kenya. I have always been interested in nature and photography.  I have always had a camera with me on safari but it was only just over a year ago that I got my first proper camera, a Nikon D500.

Whenever I can I love to go on adventures to some of Africa’s most wild places. I enjoy hiking, mountain biking, camping and, of course, safari. I spend a lot of time in National Parks and wildlife management areas which has given me lots of opportunity to practise my wildlife photography. I still have a lot to learn and that of course is the fun part of photography, being out in the field and experimenting with different styles and techniques.

The collections on this website are from various trips around Africa from the past year or so. I am very fortunate to have been able to regularly visit some of the best wildlife destinations in the world including the Serengeti, Masai Mara, Ngorongoro and many more. I have also travelled to Uganda, Zimbabwe, Zambia, South Africa and the Islands of Lamu, Zanzibar and Mafia.  One of my most memorable trips was to Uganda in 2019 to see the Gorillas at Bwindi Impenetrable Forest on my 32nd birthday.

My dream is to work in conservation and use photography as a way to spread the word about conservation. I am currently living in Lewa, Kenya so this is the perfect place to offer my services as an amateur photographer and volunteer in conservation so let’s see what’s in store!

If you have any queries or projects in mind please feel free to get in contact with me to discuss further.

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