Viviane Moos is a photojournalist, documentary feature photographer and a fine artist. She has covered social and political issues and produced assignments for magazines all over the world. Her images have been exhibited internationally. Born of South American parents and raised in Europe, Viviane Moos has traveled the world in search of compelling stories to tell which she does with her camera and her passion for sharing the world as she sees it. The survival struggle in the world is her central theme; her feature projects include homeless street-gangs and prostitutes in Brazil; the French police dealing with domestic violence and juvenile delinquency in France and the rescue and rehabilitation of captive baby orangutans in Borneo, Indonesia. In her most recent black and white body of work she turns her attention to the survival struggle of the trees of Angkor, using infrared filters and slow shutter speeds to capture the otherworldly light and power of the trees.