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Stephen Crossley

A photo taken by Steve of a sunbear

Steve Crossley is a medical physicist that works in radiology. Steve has been a member of the WA Camera Club for 6 years. After travelling to Cambodia with his wife and seeing the devastating conditions many animals, such as sun bears and moon bears, were living in, they decided to put their specific skill set to good use. Steve and his wife set up a working clinic for veterinarians in Cambodia to treat ill and recently freed animals. Steve’s photography reflects the urgent need for animal care, rehabilitation, and freedom.

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