Well-known for such African-themed photography collections as the finish of the overall game (1965) and Zara’s Tales: Perilous Escapades in Equatorial Africa (2004), this American-born visible artist had his work exhibited at Fresh York’s International Middle of Photography with Paris’ Centre Country wide de la Photographie, among additional main venues. After completing his Artwork History level at Yale University or college, he journeyed to Africa and started his photography profession by capturing pictures of dying and deceased elephants at Kenya’s Tsavo Country wide Recreation area. He participated in a number of film tasks, including Hallelujah the Hillsides (1963) as well as the Bicentennial Big Feet Blues (1976). The child of Anson McCook Beard, Jr. and Roseanne Hoar Beard as well as the great-grandson of Great North Railway founder Wayne Jerome Hill, he spent his youngsters in NY and Alabama. After divorcing his 1st two wives — socialite Minnie Cushing and model Cheryl Tiegs — he elevated a daughter called Zara along with his third wife, Nejma Khanum. He and Scottish professional photographer David Yarrow are both known for his or her images of scenery and animals and for his or her support of African elephant conservation.