Botswana & Victoria Falls Expedition:
Meet Our Experts
South African photographer Brent Stirton spends most of his time working on long-term investigative projects for National Geographic magazine, and is committed to issues related to wildlife and conservation, global health, diminishing cultures, sustainability, and the environment. He has shot 20 stories for National Geographic magazine, including recent stories on human-lion conflict, elephant poaching, and the rhino horn trade. Brent appeared in National Geographic’s documentary Virunga National Park in Conflict, which won the Emmy for Best Documentary Feature. In Botswana, Brent has covered bush pilots in the Okavango Delta, and indigenous bushmen communities. Brent has been recognized by the United Nations for his work on the environment and in the field of HIV/AIDS. His work has received 9 World Press Photo awards, and has been published in many respected international titles including Vanity Fair, Time, The New York Times Magazine, GEO, and Le Monde. Brent will join the July 17 departure of the Botswana Expedition in the Okavango Delta.