Articles by Luc Forsyth

Luc Forsyth is an environmental journalist, photographer, and videographer who explores the complex relationships and conflicts between culture, politics, and the environment. Luc is perhaps best known for his two year multimedia exploration of the Mekong River from sea to source. Luc’s images and writing have been featured in The New York Times, TIME, Al Jazeera, The Guardian, and NBC News, among others and his non-profit humanitarian clients include the Gapminder Foundation and the United Nations Population Fund. In 2016 his work was exhibited at the Royal Geographical Society in London as part of the Environmental Photographer of the Year Exhibition, and as part of the Everyday Climate Change exhibit at the Noordelicht photogallery in Amsterdam. Luc is based in Mexico City, Mexico, and covers Latin America, Asia and beyond.