Jonathan and Angela Scott capture fierce felines in Africa and conserve the beauty of wildlife.
Jonathan and Angela are wildlife and travel photographers who live in Nairobi, Kenya. In 1987 Jonathan was the Overall Winner in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition - the most prestigious event of its kind. In 2002 Angela won the same award, making Jonathan and Angela the only couple ever to have won this competition as individuals. Their award winning images have appeared in books and magazines around the world, including National Geographic, Geo, Geographical, BBC Wildlife, Digital Photography, Outdoor Photography.
In 1996 the first series of Big Cat Diary - co-presented by Jonathan - was commissioned featuring the same big cats that Jonathan and Angie have spent so many years watching, photographing and drawing in the Masai Mara. Big Cat Diary is one of the most popular award winning series on television and is broadcast around the world on BBC/Animal Planet. In October 2008 Big Cat Diary was broadcast live for a week to the UK and online 24 hours a day using remote cameras.
When they are not filming or working on their book projects, Jonathan and Angela lead small groups of fellow traveler's to destinations worldwide. In 2009 Jonathan and Angela were invited to become part of the Canon Ambassadors Programme in recognition of their work, and in 2010 were invited to become part of the SanDisk Extreme Team.
"SanDisk stands for quality and reliability. They have established themselves as leaders in the field with their range of SanDisk Extreme Memory Cards for stills and video photography, offering unbeatable quality at an affordable price. As wildlife and travel photographers, we are often working in remote places for long periods of time. We simply cannot afford to use anything but the most reliable products. Our photographs are a record of what we see - and how we see - they mean everything to us. SanDisk helps ensure that our images remain safe regardless of whether we are photographing emperor penguins in the frozen wastes of Antarctica or big cats in Africa. The new range of SanDisk Extreme Memory Cards - 32 and 64 GB - gives us the freedom to shoot stills and video without worrying about running out of space."
- Jonathan & Angela Scott