Deforestation has been accelerating across Cambodia in the early 21st Century and it is estimated that there is only 3% of primary forest left throughout the country.
In 2018, it is thought up to 1,800 fires were burning in the country, more than in any other country throughout South East Asia at that time.
Photographer and filmmaker, Sean Gallagher, travelled to Cambodia in early 2020 to shadow conservationists, armed military police and other small groups of local people who are risking everything to protect what is left of Cambodia's forests.
The photography captured from Gallagher's journey is chronicled in this new limited edition magazine.
The first edition is available in July 2020 here: gallagher-photo.com/shop