Anup Shah - Onward
Anup Shah - Onward
Breathtaking images of wildlife, taken from a different perspective by Anup Shah.
Available as a signature Argenta Aluminium print, which is highest grade archival aluminium, waterproof and fire retardant, chemical and abrasion resistant. We recommend Morgan’s work is printed on this material.
Also available printed on Ecophon board, which is acoustic panel offering sound baffling in loud and noisy areas, helping to control the decibel level in interiors, walkways, receptions, boardrooms, hall ways, offices, hospitals, schools, hotels, lobbies.
Anup Shah has shot 8 full length stories for National Geographic and has had featured in nearly 100 features in every major magazine in the world. Born in Nairobi, Kenya, he spent his childhood visiting the Nairobi National Park and watching the wild animals roaming in their natural environment.
After three university degrees at the London School of Economics he returned to Kenya and developed his passion for wildlife photography, hitting the sweet spot between documentary and fine art photography.
The journey began with the publication of three photography driven books (The Circle of Life, African Odyssey and Serengeti Spy) for the New York art publisher, Abrams.
This was followed by Tales from Gombe (published by The Natural History Museum, London), a photographic study of wild chimpanzees with his wife, Fiona Rogers.
His latest book, The Mara, published in 2016 by The Natural History Museum (London), is an attempt to have the viewer feel what it is like to be intimate with wild animals and thereby feel a primeval connection. The distinctive style of photography is characterized by an unusual perspective that serves to impart immediacy, intimacy, involvement and inclusion. The viewer might as well be immersed in the private space of a wild animal, mentally, emotionally, and intellectually, breathing the special air of the wild.
Anup was featured in The World’s Top Wildlife Photographers book (Rotovision 2004) and in Horzu magazine (February 2010) as one of the five best wildlife photographers in the world. He is one of the ten ‘Masters’ featured in the book, Masters of Nature Photography (Natural History Museum 2013).