Nicholas Dyer is an award winning wildlife photographer, an author, a conservationist and a passionate advocate for the painted wolf.
Nick grew up in Kenya and after careers in finance and marketing in London, he escaped his desk-bound life for a more meaningful one in Africa . He has spent much of the last seven years photographing the painted wolves of Mana Pools on foot while living in his tent on the banks of the Zambezi.
He is a founder of the Painted Wolf Foundation and frequently gives talks around the world on this neglected species. He was an award winner in the 2018 NHM Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition and co-author of the book Painted Wolves: A Wild Dog’s Life.
Nick now leads highly personal photographic and conservation safaris across Zimbabwe and the rest of Africa so that people can get to know the incredible painted wolf and become part of their survival.
Nick has spent much of the last seven years photographing the same packs of painted wolves that featured in David Attenborough's Dynasties featuring Tait and Blacktip
Together with renowned painted wolf conservationist, Peter Blinston, Nick wrote the definitive painted wolf book Painted Wolves: A Wild Dog's Life featuring his photographs
Nick's photograph, "Ahead of the Game" was highly honoured in the Natural History Museum's prestigious 2018 Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition