Luke Duggleby

Photographer
     
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Location: Bangkok, Thailand
Nationality: British
Biography: Luke Duggleby is an award-winning British freelance photographer who has been based in Bangkok, Thailand, for more than 15 years. He works predominantly in Asia but also in Africa and further afield shooting documentary, portraiture and editorial... read on

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A Precious Land

By Luke Duggleby — In the Northeastern Province of Loei is the community environmental group of Khon Rak Ban Kerd (Villagers Who Love Their Home). This idyllic corner..
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TEARSHEETS

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SOUTHEAST ASIA'S DENGUE EPIDEMIC

By Luke Duggleby — Dengue fever is considered the most serious mosquito-borne viral disease, with 50% of the world population living in risk areas, mostly in tropical..
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For Those Who Died Trying

By Luke Duggleby — Our planet is at a critical point in time. We understand more than we ever have about it, yet it is increasingly under threat. Today, a growing..
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SINGLES

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NGO/DEVELOPMENT

By Luke Duggleby — A selection of work shot for NGO's, Corporate Social Responsibility projects and Developmental work for clients such as USAID, Greenpeace, Fortify..
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The Wamon Anti-Mining Walk

By Luke Duggleby — Under the vast swathes of green rice paddy, deep below the ground of Northeast Thailand lie enormous deposits of potash and for decades, mining..
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Protectors of the Forest

By Luke Duggleby — The Dong Phayayen-Khao Yai forest complex, which comprises of four National Parks and a Wildlife Sanctuary encompasses some of the most pristine..
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Cambodia's Cardamom Forest

By Luke Duggleby — The Cardamom Mountains remains one of Southeast Asia's last great forests. One of the largest and most pristine areas of intact forest in Southeast..
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Sri Lanka's African Diaspora

By Luke Duggleby — On September 24 th 2017, the last remaining Afro-Sri Lankan’s commemorated what they believe to be their 500-year anniversary of their..
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A Village Under Siege

By Luke Duggleby — On 19th November 2012, two Thai women were found dead at the edge of a palm oil plantation, a mere 800 meters from the sand-bagged security post..
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Sewing a Message

By Luke Duggleby — A community struggle against an outside entity is all consuming for those involved. They are the people of the land but are forced to use all their..
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Dagestan

By Luke Duggleby — DAGESTAN Located in the North Caucasus, bordering the Caspian Sea, Azerbaijan and Chechnya, Dagestan is home to almost 3 million mostly Muslim..
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South Asia's African Diaspora

By Luke Duggleby — Much study and documentation has been done into the Western movement of slaves from Africa, that forcibly brought over 10 million Africans across..
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A Damaged Delta

By Luke Duggleby — Vietnam’s Mekong Delta is one of the world's areas most ‘at-risk’ from the effects of climate change, which is likely to pose..
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Thailand's Illegal Dog Meat Trade

By Luke Duggleby — With thousands of miles of porous borders, Thailand is continuously fighting illicit international trades. The border with Laos is over 1700km long..
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Pakistan's Salt Mines

By Luke Duggleby — The 300km long Kohistan-e-Namak mountain range in Northern Pakistan is home to one of the largest deposits of rock salt in the world. Six large..
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Emptying the Seas

By Luke Duggleby — Marine ecologists and conservationists believe that the biggest single threat to marine ecosystems today is overfishing. Our appetite for fish is..
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FROM NO MANS LAND TO THE UNKNOWN

By Luke Duggleby — On July 31 st 2015 the enclaves that formed one of the world's most complicated borders were officially absorbed in to the countries that..
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Salt

By Luke Duggleby — Taken for granted in modern times salt remains one of the most important minerals for human survival. Our bodies demand it. Since we walked this..
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