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Billy Dodson first became interested in photography while on a mountain climbing trip to Tanzania in 2001. He visited Africa for the first time as a photographer in 2005, and has since returned  many times for the purpose of photographing the continent's wildlife, landscapes and cultures. His work has been published in magazines, newspapers, posters and calendars around the world. 

Because the primary purpose of his work is to advance the cause of wildlife conservation, he donates his images to the African Wildlife Foundation, the Nature Conservancy and a number of similar organizations. He is also a supporter and patron of the Giraffe Conservation Foundation, a non-profit organization that is deeply committed to preserving and expanding giraffe habitat throughout Africa.

He currently resides in Williamsburg, Virginia with his wife, Cynthia.


"I know all this seems a bit much, but if I have ever seen magic it has been in Africa." John Heminway

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