Naturalist, biologist, photographer, conservationist and writer. Pete has traveled extensively around the globe, many times, to all continents, in pursuit of his images. Equally passionate about wildlife and indigenous culture, he is adamant that the preservation of both is inextricably linked. He came to live in Ecuador in 1985 and has come to know the region and its people well. His greatest love in this diverse country is the Amazon, where he has worked as a professional naturalist guide, co-built an ecotourism lodge and has been on the board of directors of another. Pete is internationally recognized as a photographer with ten winning images in the BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year Awards, and many more prestigious events. His work has been exhibited in Quito, Perepignon, Washington D.C., and the Telluride Mountain Film Festival. His numerous articles and images have appeared in National Geographic, BBC Wildlife, International Wildlife, Nature's Best, GEO, Smithsonian, The Times and African Geographic among others. He is a founding fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers. He has produced eight books.
1% of the profits from my work goes to support International League of Conservation Photographers.