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Image Courtesy Bethany Sams


As photographers, we are masterful artists of preservation.

Each trek leads us to uncover untouched landscapes, ripe for exploration. Look up and see the brotherhood of pines stretching toward the luminous sky. Look down and feel your worn boots sink into the verdant moss-covered trail ahead of you. Look forward and hear the distant waves crashing like cymbals, leaving inscribed stones scattered along the shoreline.

At Tribe Archipelago, we call the Pacific Northwest our home. We believe we have a deep responsibility to protect and preserve the environment we capture and treasure for years to come. These awe-inspiring landscapes are more than a backdrop in our portraiture; they’re the lifeblood of the work we produce.

We want to raise up the next generation of artists. 

Since its beginnings in the Pacific Northwest, the Tribe community has spread throughout the world. We recognize that growth comes with responsibility, and we believe ours is to give back a portion of our revenue to various non-profits that are near to our hearts. Through your generosity, Tribe supports a number of non-profits that are dedicated to preserving the PNW and beyond. No matter where our path may lead us, we’re there to protect the brotherhood of trees above us, the rocky shorelines before us, the alluvial soil beneath us, and the creatures that inhabit them.

Through our partnership with One Tree Planted, every time you purchase a preset, a tree is planted via donation! Together, we have planted THOUSANDS of trees in the hopes of guaranteeing forests for our future.


Ancient Forest Alliance

Image Courtesy Botond Wertán

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The Ancient Forest Alliance (AFA) is a British Columbian organization working to protect the endangered old-growth forests of BC and to ensure sustainable forestry jobs in the province.

This documentary, by filmmaker Darryl Augustine (, features an overview of the history of the Ancient Forest Alliance, spectacular images of BC’s old-growth forests.