Pusetso Nteta is a wildlife photographer and photographic host hailing from Botswana. Born and raised amidst the captivating wildlife of her homeland, she developed a passion for capturing the essence of her surroundings through photography. She has a keen eye for detail, allowing her to capture the uniqueness of the subjects she encounters.
Her connection with nature led her to pursue a degree in International Tourism Management, where she expanded her understanding of wildlife conservation and sustainable tourism practices. She currently works as a photographic host for Pangolin Photo Safaris in Kasane, imparting her knowledge on photographers of various skill levels on the necessary elements of capturing breathtaking wildlife moments. Pusetso has been featured in an edition of Canon Collective that was aimed at recognising women in wildlife photography as well as at the Alliance Francaise du Cap Gallery in Cape Town. Through her work, she aims to show the magnificence of wildlife and the importance of preserving our natural heritage.