Princess,MoremiBorn and raised in Yorkshire, England, I studied geology and environmental sciences at the University of Aston in Birmingham, England. My passion and interest in Africa took me to Southern Africa in 1976 . My interests in wildlife, conservation & photography originally developed independently, but slowly all these came together over the years, and I was able to combine all these passions into my current position as a multi-tasker, dividing my time as a professional safari guide, photographer and author. 
Having lived in Southern Africa for over a quarter of a century I have had the good fortune to live in wilderness areas such as Hwange, Victoria Falls and the Okavango Delta, running and guiding from some of the best known safari lodges  and been educated by the people and the wildlife of these beautiful regions.

After leaving Southern Africa in 2005 and living a few years in UK I was fortunate to be back in the African wilderness, work having taken me to the wildlife regions of Southern Tanzania working for Foxes African Safaris. This included the iconic Selous Game Reserve, the second largest area in the world devoted to wildlife. Time at the Fox camps in Ruaha National Park and Katavi National Park in the far remote west of Tanzania were exceptional experiences.


But sadly the Tanzanian Government in 2018 stopped renewing work and residency visas after two issues of two years each and I had to leave and return to the UK. But in 2018 and 2019 low seasons was able to return on sort three month visas to continue the training of the Fox Camps guides. It is hoped that this training can continue into the future.

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