Alex Jones is an adventurer as much as a photographer.
For over 10 years, Alex, with his enormous patience, Alex has captured photographs of unequalled wildlife behaviour including a solitary leopard, a 200 lbs furious tiger, a black jaguar, a cheetah, a panther, a deep glancing deer, a gymnastic lover red squirrel, mum and babe giraffes, a gorilla, a baby elephant and a beautiful flamingo flock.
His breathtaking efforts to reach the wildlife includes his experience of the bone-freezing cold of North East China to find Siberian tigers and an up close and personal photograph of his own reflection in the eyes of a cute polar bear. He spends his year travelling to the far-flung corners of the globe in quest of the absolutely perfect wild animal photography.
“Four heart-stopping clicks a year that can hold the world for a second is my target”, Alex says.
Having witnessed first-hand the threats posed to endangered animals by habitat loss and poaching, Alex whole-heartedly hopes that his images will bring the plight of innocent jungle animals to people’s concern. Browse prints HERE.
Read about some of the exquisite wild animals that Alex has photographed and the human threats that have pulled some of them to the brink of extinction in Our Wildlife Studio blog. Also in the blog, find some of his popular images and eight essential rules for being a successful photographer.