Tim Feherty, originally from Northern Ireland is our incredible professional photographer who runs our Wildlife Photography and Conservation Project in the Greater Kruger region of South Africa. Let’s find out a little bit more about him!
How did you find out about African Impact?
I was looking for something different.

Favourite aspect of your role at A.I?
Being inspired continuously by volunteers and staff. It’s so interesting to see the different perspective of photographers and how every style is different.

How would your family describe you in 3 words?
Mischievous, Messy, Entertaining

Proudest moment on the job?
When a volunteer was saying goodbye and said ‘it felt like saying goodbye to his father.’

Two truths and two lies: (Answers at the bottom of the page!)
• When I was young I used to lie on train tracks to play ‘chicken’

• I broke my leg falling off a garage roof onto a pile of bricks

• I once played the recorder for the world featherweight boxing champion of the world

• The most common words directed at me by my School Principal were “Stop yawning Feherty”

Tim and one of his photography groups in the Greater Kruger. If you’d like to find out more about working with Tim, check out our Wildlife Photography and Conservation Project by using the search option in the top right, or to check out some his stunning photographs, visit his Facebook page

Answers to two truths, two lies: 

1. Truth
2. Lie (He actually broke his arm)
3. Lie (It was actually the trumpet he played)
4. Truth