Saturday, October 9, 2010

We got there in the end

Folks, I have pleasure in formally announcing that we have a new TV Producer (Craig Carnaby) who has joined us to lead the team at Djuma. I figure most of you will have heard this news by now but I thought you may like a little back ground information on Craig.


Craig grew up with a passion for wildlife with many of his younger years spent in the African bush, so it was no time after graduating that he found himself with his first guiding position. Through the years as Craig grew and qualified into an experienced guide, he naturally progressed into management rolls helping to develop others in the lodge and wildlife industry.

The Sabi Sands is familiar territory to Craig, and whether working or relaxing Craig always has his camera with him, he loves to photograph all aspects of wildlife with many of his pictures being published over the years. After spending so much time observing and interacting with the bush he has gained a deep understanding of this intricate environment, always pushing his own boundaries to learn more, and never being disappointed with what nature has to teach us.


Craig will be appearing on tomorrows FSC with Marc. I sat listening to the pair discussing old friends within the guiding industry the other night and they were reminiscing about some great characters, so I hope you can persuade them to repeat some of those stories over the next weeks. I hope you will all join me in welcoming Craig to the fold. I know everyone in the crew is excited to have a guy of Craigs quality on the team, especially Marc who has been asking me to get a new Producer for months. Its taken a while to get the right guy, but we got there in the end.

Written by Will Fox

4 comments:

  1. Welcome to the WE/SC family, Craig.

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  2. Welcome Craig. Looking forward to hearing your stories. Hope you enjoy WE/SC family and get to know all the crazies here.

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  3. What are the duties of a producer in your enterprise? Thanks.

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