Luke Duggleby

Born in 1977 in the North of England, Luke is an award-winning British photographer based in Bangkok, Thailand. After completing a degree in Photography in the UK he moved to Asia, first China and then to Bangkok, Thailand, where he has been based for over 10 years. He is continuously shooting travel, editorial and corporate style assignments for some of the most globally respected publications and NGO’s all over the Asian continent.

Luke has been assigned by and published in publications such as National Geographic Magazine, Crysler, Sunday Times Magazine (UK), The Smithsonian Magazine, Stern, Monocle, TIME, GEO France, GEO Germany, The Guardian Magazine, Forbes, PepsiCo, The New York Times, Geographical Magazine (UK), The Wall Street Journal, USAID, Greenpeace and Die Zeit Magazine etc…

Luke’s first book was published in Italy called Il Lato Invisible del Paradiso – Pellegrinaggi ai Confini del Tibet (The Invisible Side of Paradise – A Pilgrimage in to Tibet’s Borderlands) by publisher Nicolodi.

His current book project titled SALZ DER ERDE will be published by Mare Verlag in Germany, Austria and Switzerland in December 2015. For almost 5 years Spanish architect Mikel Landa and I documented some of the worlds most unique, traditional and simply fascinating salt producing places. The book will feature 30 locations from every continent on the globe and include such countries as Thailand, Peru, Senegal, China, India, Azerbaijan and Pakistan.

Luke Duggleby