Documenting Sumatran Elephants


What an amazing 18 months it has been in this great island of Sumatra. I’ve been capturing all the amazing beauty that this land has to offer. Just recently I have stepped up with a bit more travel following and working with an NGO named VESSWIC. VESSWIC look after all the captive elephants in Sumatra and also other parts of Indonesia. It’s amazing work and an amazing opportunity for me to follow and document this work and raise awareness for this critically endangered animal.

Meeting Agam
Meeting Agam
Check ups for the elephants
Check ups for the elephants
The curious Agam
The curious Agam
Weigh ins at Camp Manee
Weigh ins at Camp Manee
Agam the precious baby sumatran elephant
Agam the precious baby sumatran elephant
elephant weigh in
Weighing the largest captive elephant in Sumatra. 4 tonnes
Following the elephants of Camp Manee in Aceh province going for a check up
Following the elephants of Camp Manee in Aceh province going for a check up
The gorgeous babies of Way Kambas
The gorgeous babies of Way Kambas
A couple of young calves with their mothers
A couple of young calves with their mothers at Way Kambas National Park
The precious life of a baby Sumatran Elephant
The precious life of a baby Sumatran Elephant

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