“I met Ted on a photographic safari to Zambia in 2012 and we immediately realized that we shared a common passion for the African bush.
Ted’s love for elephant lead us on a bespoke ‘Big Tusker Safari’ to Kenya in 2013, in search of large elephant bulls.
Our trip was a huge success as we took to the air over Tsavo in search of large tuskers, before pursuing them with cameras in hand and on foot.
Ted also feels passionately about cheetah and in 2014 we photographed these incredible cats on the great plains of East Africa where we witnessed a spectacular and successful cheetah hunt.
I have also photographed a giraffe being born with Ted whilst on safari in northern Kenya and I remember how we watched tiny lion cubs swim across a deep channel in Botswana’s Okavango Delta.
We have indeed shared in too many incredible experiences to recount here.

Ted’s single largest passion is leopards and it has been a great joy, over the course of the last couple of years, to join him in the tracking and photographing of leopards in South Africa’s Kruger Park region.

In his diligent pursuit of photographic excellence, Ted has gained a sound technical understanding of his equipment. Most recently he has mastered shooting in manual mode to capture images in extreme lowlight conditions and he has also discovered the tangible benefits of flash photography.
Ted’s technical astuteness combined with his unbridled passion for the bushveld, means that he is now a photographic force to be reckoned with.”

Greg du Toit (Professional Wildlife Photographer)


Greg du Toit http://www.gregdutoit.com/

“I met Ted years ago at one of my art exhibitions when one of my leopard paintings caught his attention.
Like myself , I’d say leopards would have to be Ted’s favorite animal to spend time with and photograph.

Since then we’ve been on a lot of safaris together and have become good friends.

Ted’s enthusiasm for Africa’s wildlife, conservation and photography is infectious.

Every bit of his spare time is spent in the bush with a camera, his travels have taken him all over Africa in search of that next unforgettable experience and that next great shot.

I’ll always look forward to seeing what new photographs and stories he returns with from his next safari trip.”

Leon Fouche

Leon Fouche http://www.fouchestudios.com/