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22 Mar 2021

Artists of the Savannah

Chapter – TO THE MOST ARTISTIC CAT I KNOW AND TO ALL VISUAL ARTISTS | 2021 Wild Stories Ep 5 | BIG CATS | This is for the most artistic cat I know and for every visual artist out there, but before we get there, a little digress, (Right at the beginning of the story, I know, I know!) I promise it will be worth it. I think we can all agree that modern technology has made it extremely easy for people […]

28 Feb 2021


Daytime Stalkers | 2021 Wild Stories Ep 4 | Big Cats | When you look at Cheetah stats; – Fastest Animal on earth. 0-60mph in 3 seconds. You would think invincible right? Do you know how you have difficulties in life? That does not only happen to humans. Mother Earth provides for all of us but every single species has to go head to head with the battle for survival. Just as nothing great is ever handed to any human, meals for […]

21 Feb 2021


Chapter – Riding MILDRED from Nairobi-Laikipia-Isiolo-Turkana-Chalbi Desert-Nyahururu-Bogoria-Naivasha and back | 2021 Wild Stories Ep 3 | UNTOLD STORIES Ep 1/2 | Lately, I have found myself in battle with the art creation side of my soul. I have been haunted by the number of stories that don’t see the light of day. Sometimes these stories are just ordinary stories of ordinary people living their lives. That might seem boring but those stories are unique to them and are as important as […]

14 Feb 2021


CHAPTER 1 AMBOSELI | 2021 Wild Stories Ep 2 | KENYA IS PARADISE Ep 1| Hello my Wild friends, storytime!! I have cast quite a wide net on the selection of the second story!! It’s a story I hold dear to my heart. We will tackle it in chapters as part of a series that proves my theory; Kenya is Paradise 😊😊 Land of controversy if you are into politics for sure BUT I want us to concentrate on its natural […]

30 Jan 2021


| 2021 Wild Stories Ep 1 |  No, sadly this is not the “enticing into sexual activity” for fun kind of definition of the word 😊😊 It’s about knowledge in animal behavior. Today, it’s about one of the animals I love to document most in nature; the Lion. A Lion’s existence only begins when a strong nomad rises to the challenge of finding a mate. That is the birth of every Lion Pride. After the pride is formed, the survival of the pride is of […]

21 Feb 2020

Protected: Capture Kenya – Submitted Images 1

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30 Jan 2019
Silhouette of ClementWild at sunset with a drone and the new moon

Spirit of Adventure

Everyone has something that fills their heart. That drives them. That fills that void that nothing else can fill. Its a bit different for creatives as everything we feel is extremely amplified. We love what we do and do everything with immeasurable passion. As time goes by, our wonderful world can get heavy, the city lights don’t seem to brighten our nights. We feel empty and start to crave for an escape.  Different people have different ways of dealing with […]

05 Apr 2018
Silhouette of Wildlife photographer Clement Kiragu holding up a cocktail glass on a boat on the Zambezi river in Zambia


Africa’s Photographer of the Year 2017 – When I was starting out in Photography, I did not seem to find any mentorship and believe me I REALLY contacted many Photographers. I always got the polite “no” or some just went quiet. This led me to immerse myself into deep research and practice. That meant a lot of trial and error. I kept reaching out to Photographers even out of my country and I wanted to know how they achieved what […]

26 Sep 2017
Winning image of cheetahs hunting wildebeest as captured by Africa's Photographer of the year 2017 Clement Kiragu

Big Cat Behavior – The Take Down

When I started photographing wildlife about 3 years ago, I always thought of cheetahs as very shy cats. They fit the narrative, because I had watched many wildlife films showcasing them hunt. The methodology was the same, they stalked, got as close as possible and then made their lightning 30-second sprint to the unsuspecting prey, and it worked, with cheetahs having a 50% success rate. During my latest trip to Mara, my intention was to observe these cheetahs. But not […]

27 Jul 2016


Hello wildlife lovers, as promised, i will keep giving you regular updates on The Great Wildebeest Migration. If you missed my June post, you can have a look at it HERE I heard some rumour about tourists not witnessing The Great Wildebeest Migration when they got to Masai Mara this year. I don’t know how true that is or why they were disappointed, but i can assure you; the migration is happening. Not only is it happening, its action packed […]