The Safari Sisterhood

Thandi Mweetwa ~ Zambian Carnivore Program

Thandi Mweetwa grew up in Mfuwe, a small town in the Eastern Province of Zambia. Her first encounter with wildlife biology was when she was twelve years old. It became her passion, and through this enthusiasm, she ended up graduating from British Columbia with a BSc in Applied Animal Biology. This was followed by further studies at the University of Arizona, where she graduated with a Masters in Natural Resources Conservation. Her pivotal role at the Zambian Carnivore Program is as a community educator, senior ecologist, and — of course — an inspiration for other young women to walk beside her in the conservation and research field.

Josh Haigh ~ Contemporary Artist

Meet Jos, contemporary artist extraordinaire! Jos paints snorting rhinos, gentle elephants and haughty giraffes in an array of vibrant and extraordinary colours, and captures their charm in a fresh, contemporary style. Jos is collaborating with the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation to raise vital funds for endangered wildlife by donating 50% of the proceeds of the …

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Marion Payr ~ Lady Venom

Meet Marion Payr, travel blogger extraordinaire with the most beautiful palette of colours in her captures from across the world. Marion discovered her passion for photography in 2011 when signing up on Instagram. After 3 years of strict #iPhoneOnly photography, she started to use proper cameras and is now a self-taught professional photographer. Since 2016 …

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