We are disconnected from what we eat and who we eat, and from the extent of suffering that billions of animals are subjected to.
Kristo Muurimaa has worked in the animal rights movement for over 20 years, and been an undercover investigator for 13.
"I disengaged from my self in order to focus wholly on what was happening all around me. I focused on my breathing, steadied my hand, and clicked. And now you see."
Twice a week the Hindu temple Dakshinkali, located outside of Kathmandu in Nepal, is opened to people wishing to make offerings to the goddess Kali, which often takes the form of animal sacrifice.
Isa Leshko is an American photographer and writer whose first book, ‘Allowed to Grow Old’ was published in April 2019.
Joan de la Malla (Barcelona, 1982) is an award-winning freelance photographer, known for his work documenting conservation and animal welfare issues.
As we know, it's a never-ending quest to touch people with our work, to make them feel passionate and motivated. We introduce our audiences to protagonists. To everyday heroes. To survivors. To caring. To storytelling. To tragedies. The key is making people feel passionate. Make them fall in love.
Rich Hardy has been an undercover investigator and ‘visual evidence gatherer’ in the animal protection movement for 20 years. His upcoming book, ‘Not As Nature Intended’, follows his journey, telling the stories of the animals he’s met, and the people behind their suffering.
Over the last 60 years, global fish production has more than doubled, with half of that total coming from intensive fish farms. This will continue to rise as demand grows worldwide.
"I was overwhelmed by the suffering of millions at the fish market that night. I stood dumbly and filmed for hours but every fiber of my being was screaming for mercy - theirs and mine."