Graeme Greenis a British photographer and journalist who’s been traveling the world for 15 years reporting stories and photographing wildlife, people and places for international publications including The Guardian, BBC, The Sunday Times, The Sunday Telegraph, Outdoor Photography, New Internationalist, Wanderlust, British Journal of Photography and the South China Morning Post. He’s photographed wildlife in many of the world’s most remarkable locations, including Antarctica, Tanzania, Mexico, Venezuela and Malaysia, his work covering diverse species, from icons to unsung heroes.
His work has raised money for African Parks, Panthera and Conservation International. As well as wildlife and conservation, he's worked on subjects ranging from human trafficking to indigenous cultures to adventure travel. Graeme is also the founder of the New Big 5 project (www.newbig5.com), an international wildlife conservation initiative supported by +250 photographers, conservationists and wildlife charities. See www.graeme-green.com