On 27th March, Panama Wildlife Conservation Charity (PWCC), will be launched with a stunning photographic exhibition by international photographer Hugo Burnand. This solo exhibition will be held at the, The Victoria & Albert Museum (by invitation only) and later will be a free exhibit and open to the public at the Sladmore Contemporary Gallery in Mayfair from the 28th to 31st March 2017.  Photographed over the last four years in the rainforests of Panama, it features portraits of several indigenous tribes  - the keepers of these ecological kingdoms. This is a unique event for Hugo Burnand , who was made photographer by royal appointment to HRH The Prince of Wales in 2013.  He has photographed other members of the royal family, as well as being the official wedding photographer to The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge as well as other international figures from Michael Jackson to Lucian Freud. The exhibition will raise awareness and money for a new charity setup by Hugo Burnand and Dr Luis Ureña as a result of their visits to these areas, which are at risk of losing their natural habitat and way of life. So far more than £200,000 has been raised in donations towards the charity. This event is co-hosted by philanthropists Peter Hall and Ian Livingstone. The event is sponsored by Peter J M Hall, London & Regional/Panama Pacifico and Laurent-Perrier Champagne.