CONTEST FINALIST

Trevor Page

from Lethbridge, AB

Trevor Page

Tell us about yourself

Since retiring to Lethbridge, Alberta, after a 31-year career with the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP), I’m now a writer and photographer. My images have appeared in numerous books, magazines and newspapers, including Time Magazine, Newsweek, The New York Times and The Guardian. I’m currently a photographer for National Geographic’s Crown of the Continent, the Blackfoot Canadian Cultural Society, Panos Pictures and Eye Ubiquitous. I’m also a Life Member of the Royal Photographic Society and a dual national of the United Kingdom and Canada. I’m also the Coordinator of the Canada Chapter of the WFP Alumni Network.

What equipment did you use to take this photo?

Nikon D200

What motivated you to participate in this competition?

I’m passionate about the need to switch to renewable energy.

Why did you choose this photo?

Because it suggests that mixed farming, the mainstay of southern Alberta’s economy, can be sustained by renewable energy.

WHAT MESSAGE WOULD YOU LIKE TO GIVE WORLD LEADERS AHEAD OF THE COP26 CLIMATE CONFERENCE THIS YEAR?

The preservation of the planet is in your hands.