Duncan Willetts, one of Africa's and Europe's major creative photographers and photojournalist, moved to Sudan from England in 1974 and then on to Nairobi in 1977 to partner with famed African photographer/cameraman Mohamed Amin who was tragically killed in 1996 in a Hijacked Ethiopian Airliner. Duncan and Mohamed Amin authored over fifty-five photography books on Africa - and beyond - during the course of their twenty-year partnership. Duncan's photography now includes work for some of the world's major corporations, prestigious advertising firms and magazines. He has lived in Africa for over thirty-five years.