Margot Raggett has been travelling to the Maasai Mara since 2010 when she fell in love with both the place and with taking images of wildlife. She has racked up nearly six months in the Mara since then, mostly at Entim Camp. Her work is regularly published in newspapers and magazines in the UK. Margot is passionate about community and conservation work and helped establish Entim’s relationship with Molibany Primary School, which she has fundraised for several times. Most recently Margot has been the founder and driver behind the Remembering Elephants project, an unprecedented collaboration between some of the world’s best wildlife photographers which has raised more than £100,000 to fight poaching for the Born Free Foundation.
Margot will be back at Entim Camp and in residence between 8th and 22nd January. If you would like to join her for a game drive during your stay over that period then let us know.