Fine Art Prints

Support a nature conservation project by purchasing a print.

These limited-edition fine art prints document my wildlife and nature experiences across the globe. All artwork is professionally printed, locally produced and individually processed in Germany. Each image is made to order. Photographs are printed on Hahnemühle Fine Art Paper, made from lignin-free cellulose, FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) or PEFC (Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification) certified and sourced from trees that grow in sustainably managed forests. In support of wildlife conservation, I collaborate with Wild & Free – Rehabilitation and Release to help fund their projects. With the purchase of a limited-edition print, 15% of the proceeds will be donated towards the charity.


Wild & Free is a UK-based charity, which supports organizations and projects on a global scale. Formed in 2014, the aim of Wild & Free is to facilitate wildlife rescue, rehabilitation and their successful release back into the wild. The charity works towards:


  • The conservation of endangered species of animals through the provision of grants.
  • The advancement of education for the public benefit on rehabilitation and reintroduction to all individuals, groups and societies concerned with the rescue of wild animals, which are endangered, orphaned, sick, injured or abused and by raising awareness of standards and necessary requirements to rehabilitate and reintroduce wild animals to their natural habitats.

Wild & Free’s projects are carefully selected by founder, Geraldine Morelli. The first criteria of the charity is to understand how successful the wildlife centres are in their rehabilitation and release programs. The second criteria is to focus on a distinct project, so that donations can go directly towards a specific cause. In all scenarios, 100% of donations to Wild & Free are transferred to the beneficiaries. 

Geraldine Morelli

Geraldine Morelli

Geraldine is the founder of Wild & Free. Her passion and desire to impact and save wild animals started on a safari in Kenya in 2005. Ever since, she has been engaging with rehabilitation centers and organizations to help them successfully reintroduce rescued species back into the wild. Leading a small team of passionate volunteers, Geraldine is excited to play a role in wildlife conservation to save species and their ecosystem.

Lana Tannir

Lana Tannir

Lana is a professional nature, landscape and wildlife photographer and World Animal Protection ambassador, specializing in nature conservation and animal welfare projects for organizations, editorials and science institutes. Currently based in Munich, she comes from a multi-cultural American-Croatian background. Her most recent publications include Terra Mater Magazine and National Geographic Germany.



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