Conservation Photographer and Filmmaker
Anthony Ochieng is a Kenyan born, Wildlife Ecologist, Nature and Wildlife Photographer, Traveler, Educator and Explorer. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Wildlife Management from Moi University and currently pursuing Masters in Wildlife Management in Karatina University. During his teenage days, Anthony had a unique interest in nature that built the unique bond between him and relationships with others. He has been an active young figure in conservation field having worked for African Fund for Endangered Wildlife (Giraffe Center)-Nairobi as an environmental educator, Conservation Enterprise Development Program then under Laikipia Wildlife Forum (LWF) as Training Extension Service, Monitoring and Evaluation officer, Laikipia Wildlife Forum Secretariat, as an Assistant Fundraising, Monitoring and Evaluation and Donor relation officer and BirdLife International as Senior Project Officer (Monitoring and Evaluation) under the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF)-Eastern Afromontane Hotspot. Currently he is using photography to link people and nature, through Conservation Research Photography, Visual Ecological Literacy Program (VELP) and Conservation Stories. Anthony has so far achieved the following awards, Top 20 finalist: Heart of Kenya, a Nikon Kenya competition, Picfair Celebrating Africa: 3rd position under city life category, PhotoKenya School and Russell E. Train, Education for Nature Programme Grants Visit www.tonywild.co.ke to learn more about Anthony’s work of linking people and nature.