Stephen Massam, originally from the UK, has always had a love and fascination for wildlife. From his early 20s, with no formal training, he gained a reputation as an accomplished freelance taxidermist, model maker and sculptor.
Stephen initially came to the Falkland Islands in 2001 at the invitation
of the local museum, and since 2005 has made the islands his home.
With his extensive and unique knowledge of anatomy and the local wildlife he is currently the only resident wildlife sculptor in these remote islands.