My name is Brice Tribollet, I am a Swiss photographer from Geneva, who capture images around the world. I began my creative journey during the first lockdown period in 2020. Fascinated by black and white images, I studied all aspects of this art through online courses and workshops given by some of the best in the game. I love travelling and discovering new places and cultures. I spend a lot of time on researching the stories I want to tell and the images I want to create. My goal is to illustrate the natural beauty of our world with meaningful and powerful photographs that people can relate to. I do not consider myself as a wildlife photographer but animals became my main focus in photography since my trip in Uganda in June 2021. I became very concerned about the human impact on wildlife and started to research wildlife protection associations to which I will give back 25% of all print sales in order to preserve the wild beauty of this planet. "If you want to be a better photographer, you need to stand in front of more interesting stuff." I love this quote by Jim Richardson because it illustrate my vision in photography. I want go to remote places, meet people, looking for wildlife and try to capture it the way I imagined it in my mind. It is the same for the storytelling process. I want to find stories that are relevant to me and let my audience discovers how I feel about it through my images.