Luke Duggleby is a British born award-winning freelance photographer who has been based in Asia for over a decade. After leaving the UK with a degree in photography he moved east to develop his career as a travel, portraiture and documentary...
Honored to be included in the wonderful philanthropic project The Other Hundred. This year the subject, that has been made in to a beautiful book, is called Educators which looks to highlight the important work of teachers in all their different forms and environments. My selected submission was from Cambodia in the form of a Buddhist monk called Bun Saluth who managed to save over 18,000 hectares of forest in his home province from logging. Today he still protects the forest and educates others as to the importance and benefits of saving the forest. Well done Bun Saluth and all the other amazing educators.