Andy Skillen

Andy Skillen is a multi-award-winning wildlife photographer, published on a global basis. Selected images are also exhibited in galleries in the UK and overseas as fine art, and he undertakes private commissions for collectors worldwide. Andy also leads groups on specialist photographic adventures in Africa, South America and the Arctic, and offers tuition for budding nature photographers. For Andy, the power of photography has also been about the communication of the conservation message, and as such 50% of the profits from his limited editions are donated directly to DSWF.

Mark Carwardine

Mark Carwardine is a zoologist, an active and outspoken conservationist, an award-winning writer, a TV and radio presenter, a widely published photographer, a magazine columnist and a conservation consultant. Mark is the chair of judges for the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation's Wildlife Artist of the Year and a conservation adviser.

Simon King Wildlife

Simon King OBE is an honorary vice president of DSWF providing expertise, advice and support to the Foundation. Simon King Wildlife is the official website of wildlife film maker, presenter & author Simon King.

Suzi Eszterhas

Suzi Eszterhas is an award-winning wildlife photographer based in California. Best known for her work documenting family life on the African savanna, her photographs have been published in books, magazines and newspapers all over the world. She allows her tiger images to be used to promote help promote the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation's tiger projects including our TigerTime campaign.

The Oliver Foundation

Working with local communities to help build a sustainable future for people and the environment. The Oliver Foundation focuses on creating a catalyst of change within the local communities through developing and supporting programmes which have a social, environmental, educational and economic impact on those lives it touches.

Tigers in the Forest

‘TigersintheForest’ is dedicated to saving the few remaining wild tigers from extinction. Michael Vickers is a wildlife conservationist and photographer with a strong passion for tigers and travels regularly to India in search of the tiger in its natural habitat. His photographs provide colour and inspiration to the work of the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation.