Fuck for Forest (FFF) is a non-profit environmental organization founded in 2004 in Norway, moved later in Berlin, that funds itself through a website of sexually explicit videos charging a membership fee for access. A portion of funds are donated to the cause of rescuing the world’s forests.

This is a series of portraits of some of the members. Depicted both with and without clothes, they have been photographed in their environment, looking at each individual in relation with his/ her personality, in the context that (s)he wanted to be represented.

Beyond many articles written and a documentary film about this organisation, the series aims to focus on a different aspect , namely on the humanity ¬†of this organization’s members. Their depiction is captured from another perspective, showing their individuality with what they represent, belonging though to the same group.