"Broken Paradise" is part of a photo series which questions the destruction of the Leuser Ecosystem in Northern Sumatra.  The Leuser Ecosystem is both spectacular and globally unique.  Ranging from coastal mangrove swamp to high altitude close forests, it is one of the largest continuous expanses of forest in Asia, and the only place in the world that is home to Sumatran orangutans, tigers, rhinoceros, elephants, clouded leopards and sun bears.  It provides vital resources and services for local people that live within and around it, research, and carbon trading.  Tragically, this unique place is under immense threat due to legal and illegal activities and from radical land use plans which could see much of it's wonder, natural resources and economic benefits irreversibly destroyed in just a few years.  Photos in this series are taken in and around the Gunung Leuser National Park, Cinta Raja Restoration site, Tangkahan Paradise, and the Medan Zoo, Indonesia.