Announcement Hello. I’m Jen and welcome to my journey of me turning my animal obsession into art.
Hello. I’m Jen and welcome to my journey of me turning my animal obsession into art.
African Mono-Mals Wildlife Photography Print Collection, Giraffe, Elephant, Zebra, Black and white.
Sarai on Jan 26, 20235 out of 5 stars
Very communicative about delays and a delight to work with. Went above and beyond to deliver a surprise gift, it has yet to arrive the second time but she's had to send it twice as the surprise was mistaken for a scam and sent back to the UK. I'm beyond appreciative of this lovely lady.
A disabled photographers journey showing her animal obsession through art.
Hello, I’m Jen!
I’m disabled with Phocomelia. It affects my right arm the most. I call it my lucky fin from finding Nemo, but really.. it looks like a T.Rex arm aha!
Follow my journey as I turn my animal obsession into art by photographing the worlds most magical creatures.
I'm so excited to see you here! Every single photograph you see avaliable in my shop has had hours, if not weeks of preparation for. I truly believe in showing animals in their best forms, from the utter adorableness to the sheer raw power of each individual. An animals eye can tell a story like no other.
None of the animals shown in my shop were ever disturbed by my presence and that is absolutely key to Wildlife photography. You must always respect the animal and their environment. Take only photos, leave only footsteps.
I capture my photographs using a Nikon Z6, although some, believe it or not are taken with a Nikon D5300! Can you tell which is which? I take a lot of pride in my work - respecting the animals, to the photograph, final edit and even final distribution!
All my photos come unframed to insure I can offer you free delivery and to make sure nothing is damaged or broken in transit. I can help pick out local framing places for you if so much as need. The photographs are printed onto professional graded matte paper to ensure colour richness and long life.
Never touch the print with your fingers and I would recommend using gloves to handle them straight out of the delivery. The print should only come into contact with the glass of the frame, it's perfectly safe to sit in situ until the meantime but please, as always take care.
Each photograph also comes with a certificate of authenticity, with their own number and code to insure it's an original piece of art. If you'd like more information on this, please give me a message.
Thank you for reading and I hope you enjoy!
Hello, that's meeeee. Nothing much more to say than what's already in my shop story but I'm probably a little more animal mad than I give off! :P