Remembering Bears Exhibition 2022 Now Live

The eight bear species in the world roam from ice sheets to forests, meadows to mountains. In this exhibition of images from the Remembering Bears book, in which I am a proud contributor, we aim to shine a spotlight on their diversity and beauty, their resilience and fortitude and most importantly, to raise funds for those working to protect them. We are supported in this mission once again by many of the world’s top wildlife photographers, who have all generously donated their work. Together, we are determined to stand up for bears and penetrate the moral consciousness of all those who would exploit or see them destroyed. Because the planet would be poorer without them. By buying (or bidding for) any print from this exhibition, or indeed buying a book you are helping us all to secure their future in the wild. 

You can now marvel at all of the stunning images from this much-anticipated new fundraising book at Here, for the next two weeks only, many pictures from the book are either on sale or up for auction. 

The pioneering Remembering Wildlife series was launched in 2016 when more than 50 of the world’s best wildlife photographers came together for an unprecedented collaboration to raise funds for conservation via the book Remembering Elephants. Since then, their numbers have grown and more than 230 different photographers have donated their work to the much-lauded book series which has attracted celebrity endorsement from the likes of Ricky Gervais, Russell Crowe, Michelle Pfeiffer and Pierce Brosnan. So far, the series – comprising books on elephants, rhinos, great apes, lions, cheetahs, African Wild Dogs and now bears – has raised more than £952,000 / $1.25m USD USD for 58 conservation projects in 24 countries across Africa and Asia and sold more than 33,000 copies. I am proud to be a contributor.

You can purchase a copy of Remembering Bears HERE:

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