Roseanna Agnew has a special interest in primates and for her undergraduate zoological dissertation she researched aggressive behaviour in male western lowland gorillas (Gorilla gorilla gorilla). Her love of primates is reflected in her photography where the many different facial features and expressions within the same species capture her attention. As always, these features and expressions mirror those of us humans and Roseanna's photographs remind us of our connections.

Roseanna introduces us to the wildlife of Tanzania, Rwanda, Zimbabwe, Costa Rica, Peru, Kenya and Cameroon with extraordinary vividness. She has dabbled in photographic studies of local people and their living environments, particularly after experiencing the contradictions of India with contrasting scenes of tranquil tea plantations and inner city rubbish.

Roseanna is presently completing her masters degree in wild animal biology with the Zoological Society of London and the Royal Veterinary College. She hopes to continue expanding her photographic portfolio.

Hope you enjoy viewing the photographs!