At age 24, Troy Moth was one of Canada’s hottest up-and-coming fashion photographers. Now, over a decade later, he’s living in a remote town on Vancouver Island with his days dedicated to transforming the clear-cut forests of Tahsis, British Columbia into stunning works of art.
Off the beaten path
Troy traded in his life as a successful fashion photographer to live in a 280 square foot cabin with no running hot water.
Fit for a King
The property is over 180 acres and features a sunlit coastal studio, as well as a soaring hangar equipped with a crane to accommodate larger pieces.