‘On the road to elephants’ has been published, and it’s making its way into online bookstores, worldwide. In the meantime, you can order the book directly from me.
The book is printed* in the US and ships worldwide. Price $67 + shipping.
However, I’ll be happy to ship the book to you anywhere!; simply use the contact form to send me a message. Please tell me your shipping location and how many copies you’d like to buy, and I’ll calculate your shipping fees and revert with a Paypal link specifically for you.
*Please note that the printer offers no refunds as each copy of the book is printed when you pay for it. So therefore, I too have a no-refund policy, not matter what PayPal might say.
You can sample the contents of ‘On the road to elephants’ here, on Instagram, and the blog.
‘On the Road to Elephants’ is a soft-cover photography book with a written essay. Inside its pages, you’ll find lots of delightful elephant pictures. Although this isn’t really a ‘traditional’ wildlife ‘coffee-table’ book; it’s more of an essay about elephants, and more.
I explore, with my camera – from my rather small car – how elephants live in modern day (South) Africa. It’s a mixture of photo book, personal travel experiences and informal guide book. And, beyond the fun pictures and travel anecdotes, it’s also a more serious journalistic document about South Africa, and an exploration into our relationship, as humans, with elephants in a historical context.
Elephants are a keystone species in Africa, which means that the rest of the ecosystem, including other wildlife, depend on their survival. The issues affecting elephant populations vary from region to region in Africa. That’s why I focus on South Africa, on its own, and in context of what’s happening on the continent.