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I am committed to supporting nature and have donated works to a number of conservation organizations including; the Southern Tanzania Elephant Project, Opportunity Canada, Bogoso Womens Breast Cancer Prevention, AfricAid, Artists for Nature, and the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation. In 2016 the David Shepherd Wildlife Artist of the Year competition exhibited 101 Zebras painting sold for conservation programs. In northern Ontario, Canada, in 2006 managed a community banner art project with fifty artists and in 2004 was one of nineteen Ducks Unlimited artists to have their work printed and sold in aid of Canadian wetland conservation.
I have supported AFC in its conservation mission and have attended and had my artwork in the recent live juried international AFC exhibition in Vancouver.

I was born in South Africa and now live in both Colorado and Ghana. In 2009 I obtained a Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Digital Arts from Red Rocks Community College.
"I now divide my work between photography, painting and videography with my main subject matter being wildlife.
Preserving our natural heritage on Earth is to me, becoming one of our fundamental issues for survival. I feel honored to be able to help organisations with my art to promote understanding and love for nature.
I have recently completed a series of Ghanaian paintings and photographs inspired by Mole National Park in Ghana. The exhibit of these held in Accra was in aid of the rangers that care for the park. The rangers are instrumental in conservation education and helping the villagers with eco-tourism. I am dedicated to producing a documentary, ďA Day in The Life of A Rangerí to help educate Ghanaians and visitors to Ghana about the great work that the rangers do to conserve the elephants at Mole National Park."

Support for Conservation:
Donated work to Southern Tanzania Elephant Project
Support Bogoso Womens group
Ducks Unlimited limited prints for preservation of wetlands
David Shepherd Wildlife Artist of the Year 2016, 101 Zebras sold for conservation
Special Achievements:
  • AcrylicWorks 4:Captivating Color (2016)
    Contributed artwork 101 zebras for explanation of use of color. - Compilation of artwork around the world that showcases the excellent use of color using acrylics.
    Author: Sarah Laichas
    Published by: North Light Books
  • The Art of Storytelling (2015)
    Young Girl in Takoradi', acrylic on canvas - painting executed in Ghana about local women working
    Published by: Incite 3
Organization Membership:
  • 2016 - Colorado Artists
    COA envisions a future where Colorado's artists have easy, equitable access to the resources and professional support needed to actualize their career goals. COA pursues this dream by building partnerships with a statewide constellation of arts organizations, government agencies, and art-related businesses and services; and by sharing access to available resources through this website, enabling artists to more fully develop and share their unique gifts and talents with the world. ​


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