I am 45 self taught artist from denmark . I have a psycological illness so painting helps me a lot to get through the day. I live alone with my two dogs, to parrots and a bunny rabbit. I love animals and specially elephant, cause they are so very clever and gentle animals with a great social struckture that show they have empathy for others. I also love the savana wild dogs, as they also have a great social system and are extreeemly clever. But basicly i find it hard to name few as i love many different kind of wild animals, and i think its terrible sad that many slowly are wiped off this earth by evil poachers. thats why i am glad if i can support this page.
Born in Nairobi and practicing as a corporate lawyer, I find much pleasure sparing my extra time behind the camera. I have always been interested in photography and finally managed to get my first DSLR camera in 2010.
Combining the love for travel and a passion for wildlife and culture, I believe the best way to preserve this is through the lens.
I have been fortunate enough to explore some of the most unique places on the planet, but my home is the warm and beautiful heartland of Africa – Kenya. A photographer’s heaven with abundant fauna and flora at my doorstep and lovely smiles all around.
The world is experiencing a lot of change. Habitats being destroyed and species becoming extinct. The ever growing human-wildlife conflict continuously limits the space that we share with all the living things on the planet. Through my love for photography, I continue to support a number of conservation and protection projects for the benefit of current and future generations.
Born in Milan, Italy, in 1975, Federico Veronesi grew up loving wildlife and photography. When he was 6 years old, his parents took the family on a twenty day photo safari. Federico can still recall how he cried as the plane left Kenya, back then.
In 2012 he was invited to the city of Qingdao, China, to hold exhibitions and lectures in banks and universities about African Elephants to raise awareness about the poaching crisis, fuelled by demand for ivory from China and other Asian countries.