Wildlife Photography Spotlight: Shannon Wild


With the major crisis that are afoot within the wildlife community, Kingdom always takes note of those who find the silver lining and express their passion for animals through the lens. For the last 12 years Shannon Wild has worked as a wildlife photographer and more recently cinematographer for clients such as National GeographicWildAidAfrica Geographic as well as retail brands such as Dolce & Gabbana and Gucci. We got a chance to interrupt her busy schedule and receive some of her best work.

With the major crisis that are afoot within the wildlife community, Kingdom always takes note of those who find the silver lining and express their passion for animals through the lens. For the last 12 years Shannon Wild has worked as a wildlife photographer and more recently cinematographer for clients such as National GeographicWildAidAfrica Geographic as well as retail brands such as Dolce & Gabbana and Gucci. We got a chance to interrupt her busy schedule and receive some of her best work.

Crab-eating Macaque

Crab Eating Macaques, Indonesia

african-elephant

African Elephant, South Africa
goliath-heron

Goliath Heron Kwazulu Natal, South Africa


White Rhinos

White Rhinos, Kenya
Malagasy giant chameleon at Baobab Alley, Madagascar

Malagasy giant chameleon at Baobab Alley, Madagascar
Dancing Verreauxs Sifaka Lemur

Dancing Verreauxs Sifaka Lemur, Madagascar
Komodo Dragon

Komodo Dragons Komodo Island, Indonesia


polar-bear

Polar Bear North Svalbard
Pensive Baboon, Zimbabwe

Pensive Baboon, Zimbabwe


Leopard (Panthera pardus) pawing camera, South Africa

Leopard selfie, South Africa

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