“Our message to the people, hopefully you can help us to stop the timber companies from taking our land and destroy everything from our lives,” In late 2014 I travelled to Sarawak, deep into the heart of Borneo to create a series of portraits of people effected by industrial logging. These villages only settled five years ago. Before then they lived a nomadic life in the jungle. Today they still rely heavily upon the jungle for their food and livelihood. These are the faces of those directly effected by modern logging practices. They are loosing their futures so the western world can have flooring.