SEAN DUNDAS

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.