A photographic project to create political change and save the African Elephant from extinction. 10 years ago there were 1.2 million African Elephants - now there are just 450,000 remaining. Nearly 100 are killed every day for their ivory.
This project is about not only the elephants, but the communities that live alongside them, and the passionate conservationist who are literally dying to save this iconic animal.
These images will place a compelling visual message about the value of Elephants before key legislation makers at the 2016 CITES Conference this September.