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Sean Bellon is a Franco-British born in 1987 in Port-Gentil, Gabon. 

He grew up in the UK, before returning to settle in Gabon in 2016. For the last 6 years now, he has travelled, photographed and filmed his native region : Ogooué-Maritime and specifically Loango National Park.


You will normally find Sean out with his camera & drone exploring and trying to capture the most beautiful images of this region. 

He’s a passionate, adventurous and optimistic photographer, always seeking for the perfect shot. 


Combining his creative talents with his knowledge and love of nature, Sean is dedicated to capturing Gabons beauty, indigenous wildlife and Forests, particularly in its National parks and showcasing the world. 


The best way to preserve a thing of beauty is to hold the attention of the viewer and encourage a feeling of wonder and nurture, It is like music for the eyes. 

Sean has also collaborated with different NGOs such as Projet Gorille Fernan-Vaz (PGFV) which rescues orphaned Gorillas from the bush trade for rehabilitation and eventual release back into the wild and The Sea Shepherd on filming the shark sanctuary project, the first ever of its kind in Africa for protection of sharks & rays here in Gabon.


As well as photographing wildlife, Sean has been involved in photographing, carrying out inspections and creating video montages for the Oil & Gas as companies operating on and offshore. He’s recognised as one of the best photographers, videographers and drone pilot operating in this industry in Gabon. 


His work involves tight close-ups of animals in their natural environment to action shots of platforms, rigs and boats night or day, depending on what ever is asked of him. 


One of seans idols is Sir David Attenbourough. He has inspired, captivated & motivated Sean as he was growing up and still does to this day. At the age of 97 his love for the natural world and effort he has put into protecting the environment is just astonishing.

Gabon Nature Photography

"It seems to me that the natural world is the greatest source of excitement; the greatest source of visual beauty; the greatest source of intellectual interest. It is the greatest source of so much in life that makes life worth living."

Sir David Attenborough
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