Kieran Dodds (39) More files...
Scottish b.1980



Kieran decided to become a photographer after studying monkeys in Malawi for his university degree. On graduating, he trained as a newspaper photographer in his native Scotland until winning a World Press Photo award opened the door to going freelance.



He has worked across the world covering life in its fullness but focusses his long term work on humanitarian approaches to wildlife conservation. He is also committed to shooting interesting stories on his doorstep.

Millions of straw-coloured fruit bats arrive every October in Kasanka National...
Researchers fit a tracking device to a bat in order to follow its migration.
Millions of straw-coloured fruit bats arrive every October in Kasanka National...
Millions of straw-coloured fruit bats arrive every October in Kasanka National...
Millions of straw-coloured fruit bats arrive every October in Kasanka National...
Millions of straw-coloured fruit bats arrive every October in Kasanka National...
A guide poles his way through the wetlands of Bangweulu.
07/2009
Mud caused by flood waters becomes hard ground as waters recede during the dry...
07/2009
An aerial view of receding flood waters.
07/2009
Black lechwe, an endemic species of antelope, browse on the Chikuni plains in...
07/2009
32 year old Maggie Munshya on safari in Kasanka national park. ^A national...
07/2009
14 year old Nickson Mwansa from grades 4 and 5 at Chalilo school in Sereje...
07/2009
An elephant roams the dried grasslands of Bangweulu swamps.
11/2005
94 year old Golidem holds her identity (ID) card in a small hut in rural...
Gravedigger Elijah in a cemetery in a suburb of Harare.
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