James Lewin is a rapidly emerging British Fine Art Wildlife Photographer and Conservationist focusing on African Wildlife. He found his eye for photography after discovering his passion for conservation in Kenya.


His fine art style swiftly developed in his attempt to connect people with East Africa's magnificent yet disappearing wildlife. He found an immersive and intimate approach was most effective in achieving this. To capture his striking portraits, he prefers working with wide-angle lenses from unique perspectives unknown to any living person creating a detachment from reality while making the viewer feel like they are beside the animals within the frame.