Having first found her passion for photography whilst studying for a Masters in Fine Art, it was a trip to South Africa in 2014 that caused Sophie to fall in love with wildlife photography, finally turning it into a career in 2017. Since then, she's been published in various publications including Africa Geographic, BBC Wildlife Magazine and Klaserie Chronicle.
Sophie is captivated by the unique diversity that African wildlife has to offer and is passionate about using the art of photography to showcase this. She believes that meaningful photography has the power to change the world. Therefore, she also believes it is important that her photography is used to glorify her subjects and aid conservation initiatives for them and their habitats.
Since 2018, she has been based in the Greater Kruger of South Africa, within a photography team teaching conservation wildlife photography, providing photographers of all abilities a platform to develop their skills and educate them on an ethical approach to photography that can support wildlife conservation.
See below for a gallery of some of her best works. Click each thumbnail to enlarge.