Nathan Meyer

Featured Work: Floating Villages of Tonle Sap

Nathan Meyer is a humanitarian photojournalist who has recently returned from Cambodia where he spent time with the ethnic Vietnamese who call ‘home’ the floating villages of Tonle Sap.

Nathan was born in 1980 and has worked, traveled, and lived in over thirty countries on six continents. Specializing in humanitarian photojournalism he has covered government crackdowns, riots, natural disasters, ethnic/tribal issues, and human development. Though he is on the road photographing for much of the year he calls Berlin his home.

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