Linh Pham is a Vietnamese photographer based in Hanoi, Vietnam. In his practice, he delves into the human condition in the Lower Mekong region, exploring the impacts of climate crises, social transformations, rapid economic growth, and domestic conflicts with a present-day perspective, informed by his studies in modern art and design.

Although working internationally, Linh’s works often return to document the avant-garde dimensions of modern-day issues with roots in Vietnam’s past. Since 2013, he has reported on a range of stories from Vietnam, including the extinction of the Mekong giant catfish, underground Soviet-era motorcycle racing, intercontinental human trafficking, reburial rituals, and the South China Sea dispute.

He is a frequent contributor to The New York Times, National Geographic, TIME, Bloomberg and Getty Images amongst others, and his work has been published across platforms worldwide.

In 2016, Linh co-founded Matca, a platform dedicated to archiving and sharing contemporary Vietnamese photographic works. He was named as one of the talents from Southeast Asia and Oceania by World Press Photo in 2019 and he joined the 2022 World Press Photo Contest as a juror.

Phone/WhatsApp: +84 97 666 1931 (Vietnam)