Posted by Christopher Wilson on Feb. 17, 2020
Ever since I was child and read “The Little Prince,” I’ve been mesmerized by baobab trees. For me, they are magical giants - something out of myths and fairytales. So when I had the chance to go to Tanzania and photograph these sacred trees, I jumped at the opportunity. It was a trip filled with great wonder, and one I will never forget as long as I live. Tanzania took my breath away. Even now I am haunted daily by this land. A 1995 Land Rover Defender 110 sits in front of the baobab while five young Maasai warriors look on. Thanks so much to Tyler Northrup for all his friendship and support, and to Peter Jones of Tanganyika Film & Safari Outfitters in Tanzania for all his expertise, experience and friendship. I couldn’t imagine doing this trip without them.
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After 15 years in the advertising world as a writer and art director, Christopher jumped off a cliff to start Christopher Wilson Photography. As an advertising creative, Christopher created a vast portfolio of powerful campaigns for some of the most recognized luxury brands there are, including Audi, Infiniti, Jaguar, Nikon and Ritz-Carlton to mention only a few. Now Christopher is bringing all that experience and passion to his photography - and it shows. Christopher leapt from agency creative to global photographer, landing projects with the most sought-after brands on the planet, and in just about every country there is on the planet.