Russell Gammon's family have lived in Zimbabwe since 1892 and as one of Africa's leading Professional Guides, he has been conducting photographic safaris throughout Southern and East Africa for over 25 years. He currently works with National Geographic and Smithsonian Institute, as well as many of the top Universities' alumni travel programs and his services are highly sought after, as a Private Guide, by discerning traveler's seeking to get the most out of their time in Africa. 

In addition to his encyclopedic knowledge of Africa's wildlife, he is also an authority on the life of the Scottish Missionary and Explorer David Livingstone. A gifted communicator, Russell has lectured extensively on Africa's past as well the challenge that face us in preserving it's dwindling wilderness to audiences as far afield as Singapore, Hong Kong and the USA. He currently lives in Victoria Falls with his wife Leanne and their two children Tana and Ross.