Photographer Sean Dundas uses low angles and clear backdrops, like open skies or large clouds, to capture the pure essence of the animals or people he is photographing, creating a dramatic, personal affect. Born and raised in Kenya, Sean’s father was a photographic safari guide and handed Sean his first camera when he was 13, teaching him to have an instinctive appreciation of his surroundings. Primarily a wildlife photographer, Sean also uses his camera to capture the unique characters of Africa’s various cultures. His second exhibition at The Talisman, after a seven-year wait, is inspired by the continent’s extraordinary wildlife and represents the best shots of 10 years condensed into 25 prints.