Let's make a future where animals can thrive
10% of proceeds from the sales of our artworks help to fund social and environmental initiatives through Project C:CHANGE and our partner charities.
Take a bit of wildlife home with you in the form of one of our fine art photography prints. Instead of decorating your home with mounted animal heads, fur carpets, or ivory trinkets, why not hang these beautiful shots of living creatures in action? All proceeds go to supporting key charities in Africa Big Life Foundation, The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, Lewa Wildlife Conservancy and Ol Pejeta Conservancy.
Best known for their work to protect elephants, the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust operates the most successful orphan elephant rescue and rehabilitation program in the world. In addition to this, the trust launched various initiatives to preserve wildlife, including anti-poaching, enhancing community awareness and providing veterinary assistance to animals in need.
Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
Big Life strives to prevent the poaching of elephants and all wildlife within our area of operation, which consists of more than 40 permanent outposts and tent-based field units, tracker dogs, and aerial surveillance. In addition to preventing poaching before it happens, we track and apprehend wildlife criminals and collaborate with local prosecutors to ensure that they are punished to the fullest extent of the law.
Big Life Foundation
Ol Pejeta Conservancy is a conservancy in Central Kenya; it boasts the largest Black Rhino sanctuary in East Africa and is also known for providing a sanctuary for great apes. The Conservancy generates income through wildlife tourism and offers visitors a chance to reinvest in conservation and communities. Through its community development programs, Ol Pejeta provides local rural communities with funds to aid health, education and water infrastructure projects.
Ol Pejeta Conservancy
Lewa serves as a refuge for critically endangered species including the Black Rhino and the Grevy’s Zebra. Lewa also invests heavily in its local community through educational and youth empowerment programs. Combining the techniques of world-class anti-poaching operations, including cutting edge monitoring technology, and the engagement of the local community, Lewa conducts important conservation work on-the-ground in Kenya.