David Slater

Professional wildlife photographer

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Recognized as a wildlife photographer who can consistently achieve award winning wildlife images, David J Slater has been invited to join several major image libraries.  His wildlife images have been used not just on many magazine and book covers, but also as advertisements for the image libraries as well.

David Slater on KCRW

A monkey recently took a selfie that would make the Kardashians envious. Showcasing the primate’s bright orange eyes and wide smile, the image went viral.

Monkey Selfie

A monkey recently took a selfie that would make the Kardashians envious. Showcasing the primate’s bright orange eyes and wide smile, the image went viral.

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