Scott Yammin

Scott Yammin

University programmes and field co-ordinator

“You should sit in nature for 20 minutes every day. Unless you are busy, then you should sit for an hour. ”


Scott was raised and schooled in Johannesburg. Upon finishing school, he embarked on a gap year working overseas and then came back to study at the university of cape town. Scott is a geographer at heart and is passionate about spending time in the bush (and ocean) as both a photographer, hunter and trainer. After university, Scott went on to guide photographic safari’s in the Kruger, Sabi Sand and Zululand areas before joining the wildlife college as a trainer. Scott now runs the university programmes at the college and is responsible for the field co-ordination.


  • BsocSci – Environmental and Geographic Sciences (UCT).
  • BsocSci Hons in Physical Geomorphology looking at historical soil erosion in the Swartland area of the Western Cape (UCT).