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Jaime Winstone, Jimmy Choo, Jacky Tsai, Dr Amanda Goodall, , Hamish Jenkinson, Maria Sascha Khan, Dan Olsen, Ameya Kulkarni

Our Tiger Ambassadors

Save Wild Tigers is extremely fortunate to have fantastic, talented, and creative people on board who promote tigers within their respective industries and across the globe.

Jaime Winstone

Jaime Winstone was born in Camden, London, the daughter of successful movie star Ray Winstone. She is an actress and producer, known for “Love, Rosie” (2014), “Made in Dagenham” (2010) and “Kidulthood” (2006). Jaime is also known for her fashionable presence in London.



Jimmy Choo

Datuk Jimmy Choo OBE (born 15 November 1948) is a Malaysian fashion designer based in the United Kingdom. He is best known for co-founding Jimmy Choo Ltd, which, with support from Princess Diana and Vogue magazine, became known for its coveted handmade women's shoes. Jimmy is one of our most valued supporters and is also an ambassador for Tourism Malaysia (Malaysia being one of the 13 tiger range countries). Jimmy has supported Save Wild Tigers from the outset  and has been instrumental in helping us gain media coverage and attention for our cause. 




Jacky Tsai

Jacky Tsai is an eminent Chinese pop artist who brings an inventive approach to the clashing of Eastern and Western cultures. In his original style, Tsai employs traditional Chinese materials and craftsmanship whilst referencing Western pop art and popular culture in his subject matter. Shanghai-born Tsai moved to the U.K. in 2004 to study for his Master’s degree at Central Saint Martins in London. The artist is perhaps best known as the creator behind McQueen’s iconic floral skull. Tsai’s work has been exhibited worldwide to international acclaim from consumers and critics alike.




Dr Amanda Goodall

Dr Amanda Goodall lived in India at the age of 22, after seven years working in the fashion industry. After her return to the UK, Amanda worked with a number of campaigning and charitable organisations. At 33 she graduated from the London School of Economics, and in 2007 she completed a PhD at Warwick Business School. Amanda joined the management faculty at Cass Business School in 2012, where her research looks at leadership and organizational performance. She publishes in academic journals and also practitioner magazines, and is regularly featured in the media. Amanda is a committed environmentalist.




Lauren Baker

Lauren Baker is a contemporary multidisciplinary artist who exhibits internationally. Lauren has created art installations at Tate Britain and the V&A, ran art workshops at Tate modern, and art directed the windows of Selfridges. She has exhibited world-wide, with shows in U.S.A. and Europe. Lauren is passionate about animals and conservation. Previously for Save Wild Tigers, Lauren curated THRIVE at the Sanderson in London 2014, contributed to Be Inspired at the Club at Cafe Royal in 2015, and created the iconic Crystal Tigress, an intricate life-size tiger head sculpture encrusted with 52,000 Swarovski crystals which toured Asia for the cause.



Hamish Jenkinson

Hamish is a cultured entrepreneur in film, theatre and the arts. In 2009 Hamish founded cult venue, The Old Vic Tunnels and was swiftly awarded a place in Time Out’s 100Club of creative innovators whilst The Old Vic Tunnels were voted ‘top 10 venue’ in the UK. He continued the groundbreaking work, creating sensory experiences with Punchdrunk, Secret Cinema and Banksy as well as emerging artists such as Edward Sharp and Azealia Banks and has directed various large-scale performances including the opening ceremony of the UEFA champion’s league final. A keen philanthropist, Hamish is also Chairman of Free The Children UK and is an ambassador for the Prince’s Trust.



Maria Sascha Khan

International ballerina Maria Sascha Khan has performed around the world working with the top ballet companies, choreographers and artists of our time. She is the recipient of the Outstanding Artist Award, Mentor for Youth Arts in Action, Gaynor Minden Artist, member of the International Dance Council (CID) UNESCO and proud ambassador of Save Wild Tigers. Her passion and commitment to the mission of Save Wild Tigers stems from her childhood where she grew up next to Yellowstone National Park, in Montana, USA, instilling her with a deep love and respect of wildlife.



Dan Olsen

International award winning singer-songwriter and producer Dan Olsen whose genre can best be described as "acoustic pop" hails from the Faroe Islands and is based in London, U.K

Dan has been appointed as an ambassador for Save Wild Tigers. His passion for conservation aligned to his appeal to younger & global generation make him a great and obvious partner for SWT.

International award winning Singer/ Songwriter/ producer Dan Olsen has just recorded his debut album "In the Morning." co-producing with the John Mayer Band from Nashville (Grammy award winning team). His first single charted in at no 6 in the Indy UK music Charts 2017.

He has just completed his latest international tour starting with a ten date stadium tour through out Russia, 10 dates in the UK  then 4 dates in Africa. He continued with 3 dates in the  USA in September and finally 4 dates in China.

He has the title track for new Lionsgate film that premiered Leicester Square 2016 and his latest music video launched at Cannes Film Festival last year 2017.

Dan is signed to international modelling agency IMG and is an ex professional footballer . Dan is signed as a Yamaha Emerging Artist to Watch in 2016 and International Artist of the month- Cafe New New Music 2017.

- he has co- written with award winning platinum album selling writers including- Martin Sutton (LeAne Rimes),Rob Davis (Kylie),Ian Dench (Beyonce),Tim Fraser (Tina Turner),Mo Pleasure (Mary J Blige,),Chris Neal (Celine Dion).



Ameya Kulkarni

Ameya Kulkarni is a 13 year old school boy from London, with a passion for philanthropic photography. Ameya has raised funds for various charitable causes, held photographic exhibitions internationally and online and has recently published a book on wildlife, leveraging his growing interest in wildlife conservation. He travels frequently to India, has been on various tiger safaris across the country and has a deepening desire to have a voice in saving the tigers and their natural habitat, leveraging his photography to help with the global conservation effort around the plight of wild tigers.

Ameya has been appointed as a global youth ambassador for Save Wild Tigers, and will help drive the message out to a younger generation by inspiring others through his photography.