If there are two worlds more diametrically opposed than fashion photography and tree planting, we can't think of them. But Troy Moth has existed in both. Born in a remote tree planting camp on Canada's west coast, Moth in his twenties found himself in Toronto working as a fashion photographer for big-name clients like Vogue and Harper's Bazaar. Eventually, inevitably, he left that world behind, returning to Vancouver Island to live in the forest and shoot the natural majesty around him.
Above is a quick sampling of his wilderness photos, which display a reverence and spirituality that a lot of landscape photography lacks. More here.