Photographer / Filmmaker - Founder of Reel Peak Films, contributor to TIME Magazine, National Geographic Magazine, Reportage by Getty Images
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A young woman is questioned during a raid by Mexican Federales at a bar in Tijuana's notorious red light district. As locals have gotten used to the cat and mouse game, normal activities continued on the strip, near the raid, foreign men approached young prostitutes, families with small children walked by with little notice and mariachis played on.
Everyone needs a break sometimes, Israeli soldiers in the West Bank, from the archive
Elephants walk and swim in lake Kariba, Zambezi Valley, Zimbabwe. Filmed during the marking of our film @trophythefilm - African elephants are in trouble. Their numbers have fallen from as many as ten million a hundred years ago to as few as 350,000 today. With 30,000 elephants poached a year the graph of their existence is scarier than ever.
Giraffes running on a game reserve in South Africa, filmed during the making of our film @trophythefilm
Bull fight Yucatan Mexico
A polar bear in a Trophy room in upstate New York. Canada is the only nation in the world that allows Polar Bear hunting by non-natives and non-citizens. The kill quotas – known as "tags" – are also allotted for Canada's Inuit communities, many of whom choose to legally sell them onto outsiders willing to pay large amounts of cash. An average Polar bear hunt can run $50,000 dollars. U.S. hunters are no longer permitted to import their trophies back into the U.S. now that the polar bear has been listed as a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act. There are currently about 24,000 polar bears worldwide. This summer the film I co-directed with @christinaclusiau - @trophythefilm heads to theaters across the US.
A young baby rhino is hand fed at John Hume's breeding ranch in Northwest Province, South Africa - Mr. Hume's staff hand rears rhinos only in cases where their mother can't provide for them or their life is in threat. To date Mr. Hume has bred over a thousand rhinos and is the custodian of over 1500 rhinos making him, by far, the world's largest private rhino owner. This summer check out the documentary film Trophy @trophythefilm that I co-directed with @christinaclusiau#rhino#animallove#outdoorworld#saverhinos#africa
For those who still don't believe that love conquers all, meet the Moossy's! Congrats @jaredmoossy and @billybaca
Developing our Tintype portrait, me and @christinaclusiau , in the good old days they used to do things the right way!
Today, John Hume, the world's largest rhino breeder won the court case to legalize rhino horn trade in South Africa. Do you think putting a commercial value on an animal can help save the species? Follow Our film @trophythefilm
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You can always find someone smiling when in Haiti
Odd looking two in Seattle
Morning light Port-au-Prince
Haitian women bathe at the annual Haitian Voodoo gathering in Souvenance a suburb of Gonaives, north of Port-au-Prince. Each year, followers dress in all-white, sacrifice animals, bathe in a sacred pool and dance themselves into a trance as they celebrate one of the holiest days in the Voodoo calendar
A young man dives in to a Cenote in Yucatan, Mexico.
A young girl plays with lion cubs at a breeding facility in South Africa, from Trophy the film.
Are you in Austin? Come see Trophy tonight last screening of SXSW
Trophy's SXSW first screening an hour away! Super excited to have our film in Austin and have our character Philip Glass here with us. For more screening times and upcoming festivals check out tropythefilm on Facebook
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Working in a fridge packing fish, now that's a hard job.
People pray at an African church in London's Elephant & Castle neighborhood
March 11th, 2016 | Houston, Texas
Boys at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo at NGR Stadium
25 years ago I use to be a skater, and thought that's what I'll do in life professionally, that didn't pan out. looking today at guys jumping around I remembered why I loved it so much.
Thank you California, flying home now, see u next time.
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