Gabriel Hemery is an author, tree photographer and forest scientist. He co-founded Sylva Foundation, an environmental charity, and writes a popular tree and forestry blog (www.GabrielHemery.com). He lives near Oxford in England.
Books by Gabriel Hemery:
THE NEW SYLVA, was published to wide acclaim by Bloomsbury in 2014. Its 400 pages feature more than 100 tree species, accompanied by 200 specially commissioned pen and ink drawings made by Sarah Simblet. Its publication coincided with the 350th anniversary of John Evelyn's Sylva (1664).
THE MAN WHO HARVESTED TREES AND GIFTED LIFE is a sequel to Jean Giono's classic 1954 masterpiece, The Man Who Planted Trees and Grew Happiness.
His short story 'Don't look back' featured in the woodland anthology, ARBOREAL, published by Little Toller Books in 2016.
His latest book is a fictional biography of a Victorian plant hunter, due to be published with Unbound in 2018/19.