In recognition of their tireless efforts against global wildlife crime, I have opened my catalog to the Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA). I’m not in a position to donate vast funds, but I hope these images can help raise awareness and increase critical funding donations through their marketing and media content.
“EIA is a small organisation making a big difference. We give great value for money by focusing our resources on the vital work which has made us one of the most effective conservation organisations in the world. To keep making a difference we rely on the generosity and vision of our supporters, who understand the importance of protecting our wildlife and our environment.”
Please lend your support to the EIA. Their work is invaluable, even essential. They don’t have the fat overheads like some NGOs, where almost all your donations are soaked up in admin, plush offices, and high-street stores. For every £1 given to the EIA they spend: A massive 92p on investigating and campaigning for environmental protection; 8p on fundraising and governance. For more information on the EIA, please refer to their website (checkout their undercover operations): www.eia-international.org
I’m proud to have been involved with the Remembering Wildlife book series from the very beginning. It’s been a phenomenal success, raising essential funds for anti-poaching and conservation projects around the world. All three books are currently available to purchase here, priced £45 each. They are beautiful books! The fundraiser book series currently includes Remembering Elephants, Remembering Rhinos, and Remembering Great Apes
All three books were prefunded by successful Kickstarter campaigns, meaning that all profits can be given straight to projects protecting the species that each book is focused on. So far, across the first two books, £330,000 has been distributed to conservation projects via The Born Free Foundation, supporting projects in Kenya, Mali, Malawi, Ethiopia, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Botswana, Chad, India, Java, Sumatra, and Kenya.
Save Wild Tigers
During September and October 2018, the Royal Albert Hall hosted the world’s largest Wild Tiger photography exhibition, with the aim of raising public awareness of the tiger’s plight, through the media. I am proud to support this exhibition with three prints, one of which (Tiger Face) featured quite heavily in the publicity surrounding the exhibition. You can read more about this event here.
With only around c.3,800 tigers left in the wild, this majestic species is critically endangered. Save Wild Tigers works with the creative industry and artists internationally to help raise awareness and funds for the cause.
The unique exhibition celebrated the magnificence and beauty of this iconic species as never seen before. Most of the framed prints from the exhibition were available for purchase, with profits going to tiger conservation projects via Save Wild Tigers conservation partners and towards creating further mass awareness campaigns.