This week on the show, we talk to international wildlife and conservation photographer, Craig Jones. His work is profoundly moving, capturing some of the worlds finest images of rare and endangered species. Craig's Photographs have been featured in many global publications including the National Geographic Magazine and he is considered to be one of the top 85 photographers in the world, working ethically to preserve and present wildlife and promote awareness for its conservation. A humble man who has never entered an award for personal recognition, preferring instead to turn his attention towards helping local indigenous people, charities and fellow photographers, he encourages everybody instead to be kind and work from the heart, believing that his own award is in the opportunity to capture an animal in print. In this episode, Craig tells us the heart breaking story about his journey through childhood trauma to healing through his photography and how he found importance in ethical practice and conservation which he now promotes through his crucial work. It is with great pleasure that I introduce you to one of our planets finest photographers, Craig Jones.
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