Nick Bandit is an African photographer who has made his photography exclusive by capturing animal’s photos which are defining the history of wild life. The photographer’s aim was to record all the last moments of wild life before they get destroyed by human. He did this successfully in a very artistic manner hence this amazing work of him became the reason behind all the success and fame he honor.
The artist was born in 1966 and was brought up in England where he studied painting and art. Later he joined a film school. After learning film making, he got into video making and many of his music videos won awards but finally when he went back to Africa he realized his love for wild life in east of Africa. He then worked on imaginations and feeling he had for wild life and through his exquisite sense of photography. He somehow managed to capture all the historic moments in the life of animals. His photography today works as documentary and a true learning experience for all those who share a deep interest in wild life.
Series of Grim Reaper
In the photo series named as grim reap, the photographer nick bandit has tried to highlight one of the most devastating issue. He has tried to bring in lime light how the salt lake could destroy animal life. His photos represent the undeniable fact that animals died in a miserable way because of the salt in Lake Norton in Africa. The pictorial representation has shown almost every phase through which the wild life in the area has well through before diminishing.
Lake Norton, salt lake in east Africa, Tanzania has an environment which is known as an extremely harsh environment for animal life. The temperate is high in the area and hence this has caused enough suffering for the wild life. The area is full of flamingoes which later due to ruthless conditions faced immense trouble leading to the death of the beautiful creature. The artist has therefore used flamingo is his photography and has made a clear representation of her melancholy.