I'm honored and excited to have an image shortlisted for the 2014 Atkins CIWEM Environmental Photographer of the Year competition which will be exhibiting this summer at the Royal Geographical Society in London and around national forest venues across England. The photo selected is of a logged and burnt old-growth forest which I shot in January of this year in the Klanawa Valley, located in a remote region of southwestern Vancouver Island. Upon arriving there it truly looked like a scene from the end of the world - a lush green rainforest, now a barren and blackened landscape. I'm happy to know this image will now help bring attention to the world abroad about the ongoing destruction of British Columbia’s last endangered old-growth forests. Read more on the topic here.