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Alexander Richard Braczkowski

Scientist at Southern University of Science and Technology and Resilient Conservation Group, Griffith University

I am a wildlife biologist working on the conservation of large charismatic mammals, and the conflict between wild animals and humans.

My PhD examined the status and conflict of African leopards, spotted hyenas and lions in two regions of southwestern Uganda. I have a particular affinity for large felids and have been lucky to film and study leopards, lions and jaguars across three continents and in seven field sites.

When I'm not engaged in research work I serve as a cameraman and photographer for National Geographic Magazine and Television.


  • –present
    PhD Candidate - Wildlife Cameraman, The University of Queensland


  • 2014 
    University of Oxford, MSc Zoology