Jonathan and Angie Scott share a love of wild places. They first met when Angie was working as the Manager for a chain of curio shops supplying lodges and tented camps in East Africa. Angie was having problems tracking down reliable supplies of Jonathan’s wildlife books and limited edition pen and ink drawings. They met, fell in love, and were married on a clear day overlooking the rolling plains of the Masai Mara in March 1992.
While Africa is still at the heart of much of their work, Jonathan and Angie love to travel, and have visited all 7 continents. And even though their primary focus is wildlife, Jonathan and Angie enjoy the challenge of photographing people too. Some of their happiest memories are of times spent with the Masai herdsmen and their families, camping within the circle of thorn bushes protecting the villagers traditional homestead and watching their colourful ceremonies.
Wildlife photography requires great discipline; the patience to spend hour after hour waiting for the shot; the experience of knowing where to be when the action finally happens, and the determination to come back day after day until the project is complete. That means rising long before sun-up and staying out until dark, at times even sleeping in the car if that’s what it takes - anything to get ‘the shot’.
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