Scorched Red Earth is a depiction of the environmental crisis facing Madagascar, from a photographer whose engaging style weaves together documentary and fine art approaches to the world we live in. Despite little coverage in the Western press, Madagascar faces an uncertain future: it is the world's poorest yet also most biodiverse country, with wildlife that has nowhere else to go and people who have nowhere else to turn. With images covering deforestation, bushmeat hunting, illegal mining, and more, Scorched Red Earth is also accompanied by a detailed text exploring the social and political context to the islands imminent environmental crisis.
The project is produced and printed on a mix of recycled and FSC-certified papers and processes. It is self published in an edition of 400 and each copy comes with a handmade removable silver gelatin print from the artist embedded in the cover.