Featured in The Washington Post
“Justin Mott, an American photojournalist living in Vietnam, has a passion for animals. Making a living by shooting primarily commercial photography, Mott is working on a long-term, self-funded project, Kindred Guardians, to document people all over the world who dedicate their lives to animal conservation.
The last male northern white rhino, Sudan, died in March 2018, leaving behind his daughter and granddaughter, Najin and Fatu, the last of their subspecies. Mott traveled to the Ol Pejeta conservancy in Laikipia County, Kenya, to document the lives of these two rhinos and the caretakers and armed guards who monitor the animals 24 hours a day. “
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