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Mint Images and The Londolozi Photography Collection

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Mint Images press release – January 2019.

As of 1 September 2018, Mint Images is delighted to announce that it has agreed the worldwide distribution rights for The Londolozi Photography Collection. Both companies are very excited to be working together.

The collection is available for direct licensing from Mint Images, and through Mint’s distribution partners around the world. 

Announcing the agreement, Duncan Grossart, Chairman of Mint Images, said “We are delighted to be working with Londolozi Game Reserve and its exceptional photography collection.  Londolozi is Africa’s premier game reserve with unique and privileged access to some of the world’s most captivating natural history experiences” 

Richard Laburn, Head of Digital at Londolozi Game Reserve, said “For over 90 years Londolozi has been a place advocating for the restoration of the natural world and the human spirit.  We are incredibly excited to be partnering with Mint Images whose focus on the environment, sustainability and humanity is a powerful catalyst for global change.”

About Mint Images

Mint Images is dedicated to creating the world’s finest commercial imagery that relates to our environment, sustainability and issues of health and well-being.  

Our images are produced by world-class, award winning photographers who are the best at what they do.  We are committed to the notion that powerful images connecting us to our evolving planet are capable of changing the world for the better. 

About Londolozi Game Reserve

Londolozi is one of South Africa’s original private game reserves and has been pioneering its conservation development model since the early 1970’s.

A pillar of global ecotourism, we are also a proudly family-run business. The word Londolozi comes from the Zulu word and means ‘Protector Of All Living Things’.  

Our name reflects the ambitious conservation ethic in our relationship with the natural world.  The reserve has been lauded internationally for its foresight and progressive land and wildlife management practices, as well as its productive community involvement. 

Our emphasis on conservation and a village ethos stands alongside a commitment to luxurious accommodation, fine cuisine and exceptional service.  

In 1993, Londolozi became the first game reserve in the world to be accorded Relais & Châteaux status. 

Londolozi is situated on the Sand River it the heart of the Sabi Sand Game Reserve within the Greater Kruger National Park which forms part of the 7.5 millions acre Greater Limpopo Transfrontier Conservation Area (GLTFCA).

For further information, please contact Felicity Bazell at felicity.bazell@mintimages.com

Picture credit: © Mint Images / Londolozi Images