Chris Thao Trinh is a Vietnamese-American photojournalist and multimedia reporter. Their work focuses on migration, queer identity, human-nature relationships and how climate change and colonialism impact communities of the global majority.

Their photos have been published in The Guardian, Vice, Grist and elsewhere.

They have also photographed for various mutual aid, humanitarian and environmental justice organizations, including Indigenous Environmental Network, Najda Now International, Misr El Kheir Foundation and Stay Grounded.

Based between Hanoi, Vietnam and Beirut, Lebanon, Chris splits their time between Southeast Asia and the Mediterranean Basin. Chris is conversational in English, Spanish and Arabic and available for assignments worldwide. 


CONTACT

EMAIL: christhaotrinh@gmail.com

PHONE: +961 76 728 764 / +84 38 4893 985 


EXHIBITIONS AND RECOGNITIONS 

2022 Coup de Cœur (Editor's pick) L’Association Nationale des Iconographes (ANI) Portfolio Review

2022 The Umbrella Arts Center, Group Exhibition "Sustainable Solutions to the Climate Crisis," Concord, MA, USA

2022 Photoville Festival, Group Exhibition "Sustainable Solutions to the Climate Crisis," New York, NY, USA 

2022 Honorable Mention, Zeke Award for Documentary Photography

2022 Women Photograph Mentee

2021 Foundry Photo Workshop

2021 Fujifilm “Beautiful Egypt” Group Exhibition, Consoleya, Cairo, Egypt

2021 Beirut Photo Week Portfolio Review + Workshop

2021 XVI Concurs G.A.G. de fotografía LBGTQIA+, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain

2019 Finalista, Concurs ‘La imatge com a eina per a la cohesió social i la promoció dels Drets Humans,’ Observatori Mediterrani de la Comunicació (OMEC)

2019 Rodamons Group Exhibition, Casa Golferichs, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain



Nairobi, Kenya

Sunset over Lake Kivu, Rwanda

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