Our story began when we met in 2007 and after our first trip together to the Kruger National Park in 2008 we knew that the bush is where we wanted to be.

At the end of 2010 we purchased our first shared camera, a Nikon D3100, and began our photographic journey together. We very quickly knew that our joint dream was to combine our passions and start a photographic safari company.

In 2016 we moved to Zambia’s South Luangwa valley to work for Wildlife Camp and spent every free moment we could exploring the park and it’s amazing wildlife photography opportunities. We registered our company in 2018, set up our website in connection with Wildlife Camp and in 2019 customized a game viewing vehicle to enhance photographic safaris. It finally felt like our dream was becoming a reality.

Then 2020 hit and Covid took over the world. We battled through the year, raising funds for our team. We sold our photos on canvas to get through it, but we had each other and our cameras. That terrible year became the worst of my life when on October 24th of 2020, Jacholeen was taken from us in a freak car accident.

I have chosen to continue our dream in her honor. This undertaking is dedicated to Jacholeen Kruger (14.04.88 – 24.10.20), the love and the passion for photography and wildlife that we shared. My sincere hope is that you will join us on one of our photo safaris so I can share that passion with you.