More than a photographer for fashion publications, Alexi Lubomirski came to the world’s attention when he was commissioned to photograph the official engagement and wedding portraits of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, now the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
In 1991, an American woman threw caution to the wind and moved to Namibia, a new African nation. She was driven by a singular cause: to save the cheetah from extinction.
Carl Siciliano’s life mission is to advocate for and amplify silenced voices. He’s worked with homeless LGBT youth since the mid-1990s, and founded the Ali Forney Center in 2002 with six beds; now it’s the country’s largest, most inclusive program serving homeless LGBT youth.
Founder of Knot on My Planet, model, actress, and activist Doutzen Kroes speaks to the owner of one of the biggest modeling agencies in the world, DNA Models, about their shared passion and determination to save the elephants.
Environmentalists, activists and explorers Beverly and Dereck Joubert, share their passion and drive to try and work towards a peaceful existence between humans and animals.
Sisters Melati and Isabel Wisen talk about their environmental organization called BBPB, which stands for Bye Bye Plastic Bags. It was founded in Bali in 2013 when Melati was 12 years old and Isabel was 10 years old.
As daughter to Ted Turner, being an activist for good and environmentally conscious is in Laura Turner Seydel’s DNA. “I am passionate about health, quality of life and future of our children.”