Linh Pham is a Vietnamese photographer who explores human condition at personal level. His work has seen him document Kachin’s rebels in remote northern Burma, follow Cuban migrants from Havana to central Europe, examine social change on ethnic minorities in Vietnam’s highest mountain, and merge himself in a Guatemalan private Catholic group. He produces stories that attempt to give a voice to people who would not otherwise be heard.

He contributes to Getty Images and his work has been published in National Geographic, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Bloomberg, The Huffington Post amongst others.

Although working internationally, Linh’s personal works often return to document the community-centred issues in Vietnam where his root is planted in.

Phone: +84 97 666 1931 (Vietnam)
Instagram: phamhaduylinh | everydayvietnam
Represented by TOMO Project for commercial assignments.

Linh Pham Photography (Pham Ha Duy Linh)