Wednesday, May 22, 2024

Graeme Green

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Graeme Green is the founder of the New Big 5 project. A photographer and journalist, he’s been traveling the world for 15 years reporting stories and photographing wildlife, people and places for international publications including the Sunday Times, BBC, the Guardian, the Sunday Telegraph, National Geographic, Wanderlust, South China Morning Post, the New Daily and more. He has photographed wildlife in many of the world’s most incredible locations, including Antarctica, Tanzania, Mexico, Venezuela and Malaysia, and his work covers diverse species, from lions, elephants and gorillas to lizards, frogs and birds. As well as wildlife and conservation, stories he has worked on have ranged from human trafficking to Indigenous land rights. He also occasionally leads photography workshops. Find him online at www.graeme-green.com.

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