Posts by Sarah Kerr

Sarah Kerr

Sarah Kerr was born in Zimbabwe. Her mother is a safari guide who taught Sarah to deeply respect and care for the natural world. She spent much of her childhood in Zimbabwe and Botswana's wild places and these experiences both inspired and nurtured her. She is passionate about documenting wildlife in its natural habitat and capturing the spontaneous moments of beauty that occur in nature. Her images aim to inspire and motivate the viewer to want to experience and conserve these areas. Sarah studied broad-based media in Canada before gaining her degree in Film & Television with a minor in Multimedia in Australia. She is based in Victoria Falls and is available to accompany guests on safari, capturing special memories and teaching clients how to best use their own cameras to do the same. You can find her on Facebook and Instagram and email her here.

Destinations, Hwange, Research, Wildlife, Zimbabwe

What you should know about elephant migration in Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park – the world’s largest transfrontier conservation area.


Africa Geographic