If the original and eternal Africa explodes of thousands of colors, its black and white representation, seen through the lenses of Laurent Baheux, adds an unequalled poetic dimension! The French
photographer, internationally recognized, witness sadly privileged of the threats which weigh on the cheetah on the whole continent, was the very first to join effectively our cause...
Nothing could suggest that his early taste for the drawing would offer him one day the opportunity to realize his child's dreams. Inspired by the images of school books, and the atmosphere of the
“cabinets de curiosité”, his naturalistic studies look today as so many pages of a giant travel journal.
Kyriakos Kaziras is a French-Greek professional wildlife photographer become major since several years.
Very young, he was influenced by his two grandfathers, the one artist and the other keen amateur photographer. His very pictorial photographic approach is printed by his passion for painting. He uses the light as a paintbrush to share with us the emotion of his meetings with wildlife.
For his work he walks often on the African roads and especially those of Massai Mara that he knows well. For the cheetah protection, he is of course by our side.
If the expression "the most endowed of his generation" make sense, it really applies to Vincent Munier who raised the wildlife photography at the level of poetry! This French from Les Vosges,
self-taught, is a regular prize-wining photographer for his amazing work on the spotless, cold and polar northern regions, he rubbed himself brilliantly in the African savannas (bushes) where he
had a “crush” for the big cats… especially cheetah!
At the age of 27, Mathieu Pujol is already an icon of the wildlife photography in France! He regularly win awards in the biggest international competitions of photography. This man from Toulouse,
globe-trotter, is passionate by his neighbor the brown bear, whom he went to meet on the most steep Pyrenean slopes. Organizer of technical workshops in Africa, he dedicates a passion without
border for the cheetah, naturally!
Grégoire Bouguereau is a French wildlife photographer, as discreet as talented. Lover of the wild Africa, he publishes in 2013, after 10 years of regular stays in the Tanzanian Serengeti,
"Nomades de la plaine infinie” (Nomads of the infinite land), certainly the most accomplished work on the biology of cheetah… and his more effective plea.