‘This photograph may have taken just 1/500th of a second to capture, but it was many years in the making as the pivotal factor to the execution was trust and trust does not come overnight. I trust the guide and ranger who were with me and they trust me. More importantly, however, Craig, the world’s most celebrated big tusker, trusts me and I, in turn, trust him. This trust triangle allowed me to work on the ground no more than seven feet from Craig who was advancing towards me. Three years ago, or indeed, even a year ago, I could never imagine using a 35mm lens to take a portrait of such a giant of an animal - more mammoth than elephant’.