Luke Duggleby is an award-winning freelance British photographer who after completing a degree in Photography in the UK moved to Asia, first China and then to Bangkok, Thailand, where he has been based for over 12 years. He mostly works in Asia and Africa, but sometimes further afield, shooting documentary, portraiture and editorial assignments as well as personal projects for some of the worlds biggest names in media and NGO’s.

Luke has also produced two books, most recently Salz der Erde (Salt of the Earth) published by mareVerlag in Germany, Austria and Switzerland in December 2015. And Il Lato Invisible del Paradiso - Pellegrinaggi ai Confini del Tibet (The Invisible Side of Paradise - A Pilgrimage in to Tibet's Borderlands) in collaboration with Anthropologist Dr Giovanni Da Col and published by Egon in Italy in 2009.

He speaks English and Thai and lives in Bangkok with his family all year round.


The Sunday Times Magazine (UK), National Geographic Magazine, The Smithsonian Magazine, WWF, Al Jazeera, The Guardian Magazine, Chrysler, Malaria Consortium, Stern, Monocle, mare Magazine, The Pew Charitable Trust, TIME, GEO France, PepsiCo, GEO Germany, Greenpeace, The New York Times, Geographical Magazine (UK), Newsweek, The Wall Street Journal, Protection International, Fortify Rights, USAID, Gain Alliance, UNDP, Die Zeit Magazine. 

Luke is an assignment roster photographer for REDUX PICTURES www.reduxpictures.com in New York. He can also be found on www.wonderfulmachine.com