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Sílvio Esgalha

altThe photographer Sílvio Vince Esgalha was born in Araçatuba - São Paulo state, but after 20 years living in Mato Grosso we already consider him a native.

He began his career in São Paulo as a graphic designer in 1972. After some experience in advertising, he became a well known art director working for some of the most important agencies in Brasil.

 

Nick Garbutt

Nick regularly contributes articles and photographs to a wide range of magazines such as National Geographic, Africa Geographic, BBC Wildlife and Outdoor Photography. And through his agents, Nature Picture Library, Photo Library, Steve Bloom Images andNHPA, his photographs also appear in books, calendars, promotional material and other publications worldwide. He is also a Special Lecturer at his old University in Nottingham on the MSc course in Wildlife Photography and Imaging.

 

David Plummer

David Plummer is a freelance photographer specialising in wildlife and travel. He has recently returned from another exciting trip to Brazil where, among other things, he managed to photograph another three jaguars.

The trip to the Masai Mara earlier this year resulted in four cat species including caracal. He is currently busy writing magazine articles about all 2011's trips as well as giving slide shows and lectures.

 

Izan Petterle

Izan Petterle was born in 1956 and began to photograph in 1975. He married in 1978 and went to live on a ranch located on the border between Argentina and Uruguay. During this period he travelled 17.000 miles across the lenght and breadth of Brazil, going into the most interior areas to document the richness and variety of its natural ecosystems.

 

Edson Endrigo

The art of photographing the birds in its natural environment is considered as a great challenge even for experienced photographers. They are animal that are moved very quickly, a lot of species inhabit places where the brightness is faulty or occupyes elevated strata of the vegetation. It is very gratifying, then, to accompany the progress and the high quality of of the work of this 31 year-old photographer from São Paulo, Edson Endrigo.

 

Greg Gibson

When it comes to photojournalism, Greg Gibson has seen it, done it and been there.

A two-time Pulitzer Prize winning photographer, his 25 year career encompasses hundreds of national and international stories while working for some of the largest news organizations in the world. His travels have taken him to all 50 states and nearly every major city in the world.

 

Suzi Eszterhas

California-based wildlife photographer Suzi Eszterhas spends nine months of the year shooting a wide variety of wildlife in the field. In recent years, she has specialized in documenting family life and has become well known for her unprecedented work with newborn animals.

Although Suzi works primarily in Africa, she has undertaken commissions and led instructional photography tours and workshops everywhere from Antarctica and the Arctic to Alaska and Montana.

 

Mark Cawardine

Mark Carwardine is a zoologist, an active and outspoken conservationist, an award-winning writer, a TV and radio presenter, a widely published wildlife photographer, a magazine columnist and a conservation consultant.

He co-presented the six-part BBC2 television series Last Chance to See, with Stephen Fry, in which the unlikely duo travelled the world in search of endangered species (following in the footsteps of a similar journey Mark made with Douglas Adams 20 years before). Mark presented, too, the weekly half-hour radio programme Nature, on BBC Radio 4, for many years.

 

Peter Llewellin

altPeter initially worked as a sports photographer for many of the British national newspapers, including the Daily Telegraph and the Times.

From the late 80s until 2000 he specialized in equestrian subjects, traveling around the world to major national and international sporting events and photographing breeds, equestrian personalities, as well as feature assignments for specialist magazines.

 

 

Mario Friedlander

Mario Friedlander is a photographer who has illustrated Mato Grosso with beautiful, expressive images, lives in here since the early 1980s.

He devoted himself to know and document the nature and its elements, people and customs and thus gathered, in a collection of precious images the tangible and intangible heritage of life of people of Mato Grosso.

 
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