Mashatu Game Reserve – wildlife cinematographer

Kim-Wolhuter

Kim Wolhuter spent his early years growing up in the Kruger National Park where his father (Henry Charles Wolhuter) was the head ranger. His grandfather (Harry Wolhuter) was the very first game ranger in the Kruger National Park. He has been a wildlife cinematographer for 28 years and he has produced some excellent productions including Life Story, Man Cheetah Wild, Lioness in Exile, Safari Sisters and Hyena Queen.

Kim relocated to Mashatu from Pumashana at the beginning of 2015 and now spends most nights out following Mashatu’s nocturnal creatures including lion, leopard and hyena. Anyone interested in Kim’s work can follow him on both Facebook (http://on.fb.me/1UCrANp) and Twitter (@kimwolhuter) where he reports daily from the Mashatu wilderness.