William Constantine is a Wildlife and Conservation photographer dedicated to the preservation of the world’s natural resources. With an eye for beauty, he takes stunning photographs in order to raise awareness of what’s going on both in nature itself and with the impact mankind has on it.
His photography allows people to appreciate the beauty of nature, while also illustrating the devastating consequences that humans have brought upon our planet. Constantine believes that if we do not take action now and become conscious of our environmental stewardship, it could be too late.
This is why he has taken it upon himself to capture images that show both the beauty and destruction of nature in order to inspire change. Through his unique perspective, he hopes to leave viewers with a powerful conservation message: that mankind may be the plague upon the world but could also be its cure.
Humans are having an alarming effect on many species; global urbanization and climate change are causing habitat destruction and animal populations to rapidly decline. According to National Geographic, a statistical approach to extinction data revealed a rate of 100-1000 species lost per million per year due mainly to human-caused destruction. A science journal reported that over 322 birds, mammals, and reptiles have become extinct in just 500 years due to human actions alone!
Constantine works hard every day to draw attention to these issues through artful images designed to spark an emotional reaction in viewers.
He collaborates with like-minded brands and organizations, sells books featuring his work, offers wildlife photo tours so people can experience nature first hand, produces fine art prints inspired by nature’s beauty – all with the aim of inspiring people around the world to care about their own environment as well as other species in peril across the world.
It is his mission through this endeavor (as well as his photography) for visitors from all walks of life to learn about not only wildlife conservation but also how important it is for us all to work together to protect our planet from further destruction before it’s too late!