TJ Watt is an award-winning conservation photographer from Victoria, British Columbia. He combines his passion for rainforest conservation with professional photography in an effort to shed light on BC’s endangered old-growth forests and help see them saved.
His dedicated work has helped push forward campaigns led by organizations such as the Ancient Forest Alliance (of which he is a co-founder), the Western Canada Wilderness Committee, Sierra Club of BC and the David Suzuki Foundation. His shots of BC’s biggest trees and largest stumps have been featured in museums, magazines, books, newspapers, and art exhibits across the country and around the world.
TJ is available for assignments both locally and worldwide. Please get in touch to discuss working on a story you have in mind or to say hi.