“My presence should have no great influence on their behaviour for in doing so the image will no longer be what I strive for; natural.”
Talented wildlife photographer William Fortescue is driven by his passionate desire to depict wild animals in their natural environment, undisturbed by human interference. Upon leaving school he went to work in the Masai Mara, one of Africa’s most popular game reserves, as an intern for Governors’ Camp Collection. Here William learnt how to host safaris, run a lodge and begun developing his first wildlife photographs. After studying for a specialist Marine and Natural History Photography degree at Falmouth University William returned to the Masai Mara where he serves as resident photographer for Governors’.