Gaston Lacombe Presents
Featuring Gaston Lacombe
In zoos all around the world, visitors go to admire some of the most beautiful, rare or fierce creatures on Earth, but often fail to notice the deplorable habitats in which they are kept. This photographic series is not about these animals, but rather, it documents what happens when humans use animals for display and entertainment.
Gaston Lacombe is a Canadian photographer and filmmaker, currently based in Washington, DC. He specializes in documentary work and in travel photography. He holds a diploma in Photography from the Boston University Center for the Digital Imaging Arts (Washington DC campus) and has also studied at the B.A., M.A. and Ph.D. levels in History. Along with his photography work, Gaston is also the Communications Coordinator for the International League of Conservation Photographers.