Finlay Marrian

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Finlay was brought up on the southern boundary of Nairobi National Park with just a river between the wild animals and his remote family home. His eagle eye for wildlife spotting was honed on the school run and on adventures into wild and beautiful parts of East Africa. After finishing his schooling in the UK, he worked for a number of seasons in the hospitality industry in the Verbier ski resort. In 2013, Finlay returned to Kenya and to the safari business, managing Borana Lodge and completing a professional guiding course. In 2015, he joined forces with girlfriend Hannah to manage Richard’s Camp in the Maasai Mara for several years. With a contagious laugh and boundless charm, Finlay is a knowledgeable guide and accomplished  photographer.

A Dazzle of Zebra Prints Prints for Conservation
A Dazzle of Zebra Prints Prints for Conservation
A Dazzle of Zebra Prints Prints for Conservation

A Dazzle of Zebra

Amongst Giants Prints Prints for Conservation
Amongst Giants Prints Prints for Conservation
Amongst Giants Prints Prints for Conservation

Amongst Giants

Dance of the Warriors Prints Prints for Conservation
Dance of the Warriors Prints Prints for Conservation
Dance of the Warriors Prints Prints for Conservation

Dance of the Warriors

Got My Eye On You Prints Prints for Conservation
Got My Eye On You Prints Prints for Conservation
Got My Eye On You Prints Prints for Conservation

Got My Eye On You

Here Be Dragons Prints Prints for Conservation
Here Be Dragons Prints Prints for Conservation
Here Be Dragons Prints Prints for Conservation

Here Be Dragons

In The Shadows She Hides Prints Prints for Conservation
In The Shadows She Hides Prints Prints for Conservation
In The Shadows She Hides Prints Prints for Conservation

In The Shadows She Hides

Lone Bull Prints Prints for Conservation
Lone Bull Prints Prints for Conservation
Lone Bull Prints Prints for Conservation

Lone Bull

Nalango Prints Prints for Conservation
Nalango Prints Prints for Conservation
Nalango Prints Prints for Conservation

Nalango

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