We aim to be your window to nature, to forests, to adventure and to the unknown. With these images, we endeavor to take you to places that you have not seen before and experience the extraordinary wilderness of our world. Always seeking to inspire people to celebrate and conserve the natural wonders of our planet.


In the end we will conserve only what we love; we will love only what we understand; and we will understand only what we are taught.

My images are free to use for any conservation and education purposes. You qualify if, for example, you are an NGO or NPO, if you would like to use my pictures on your presentation or conservation website or in your school project.

Please contact me explaining your use case.


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Mount Kilimanjaro under the Milky Way skies. At 4000 Mts above sea level you can experience the most amazing peaceful skies while hiking to Kilimanjaro.


Let's have a great adventure

My tours are entirely personalized, and we work together to come up with an itinerary that works for you and your needs.
Depending on your target species or destination I can suggest the best time of the year and the best places to try get the images that you are aiming for. Having a experience, local, guide and photographer with you, will always brings so much more in to what you can accomplish with the limited time that you have in another country..


Start your Journey into into the Wild and enjoy some of the Visual Stories.

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Giant Groundsels

As the highest mountain in Africa, Kilimanjaro itself is pretty outstanding. Kilimanjaro is especially remarkable as an incubator for isolated, mutated, or rare species found almost nowhere else. One of the most striking of those species is the giant groundsel varietal Dendrosenecio kilimanjari.

Something like a cross between a burned-up cactus and a pineapple, these alien-looking plants can only be found on Kilimanjaro, above 4000 meters.

Hummingbird and the Cloud forest

A Golden Breasted Puffleg (Eriocnemis mosquera) visiting flowers on the early hours of the morning and the Cloud forest of Colombia. Hummingbird ecosystems are important for the entire ecological system because approximately 75 percent of the world’s flowers rely on insects, bats and birds for pollination. In fact, 150 of the 200 nectar-producing plant species in North America depend on the hummers for their seed dissemination, regeneration, and dispersal of pollen grains.

Barn Owl (Tyto alba) hunting at church bell tower

Barn Owl (Tyto alba) hunting at a church bell tower at Heredia Costa Rica. Barn Owls are nature's best pest control. It was recorded that after two years, 18 mating pairs of owls had moved in and removed over 25,000 rodents from the property. One reason barn owls in particular make good pest removers is their wide range of habitats. The owls are found from fields to forests in the Americas, Europe, Africa, India, Southeast Asia, and Australia.

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