Douglas Hook

Douglas Hook is a freelance photographer based in Chongqing, China, and has been part of the LUZ Photo Agency since 2016. His photographs have been exhibited in London and Chongqing and have also been published online and in print. Photographs from “你好 化龙桥” (“Hello, Hualongqiao”), an exhibition featuring works by artists and photographers from Chongqing, including Hook, have been published in a book under the same name.
Douglas Hook
Douglas Hook is a freelance photographer based in Chongqing, China, and has been part of the LUZ Photo Agency since 2016. His photographs have been exhibited in London and Chongqing and have also been published online and in print. Photographs from “你好 化龙桥” (“Hello, Hualongqiao”), an exhibition featuring works by artists and photographers from Chongqing, including Hook, have been published in a book under the same name.

Latest from Douglas Hook

Sichuan’s remote Yarchen Gar monastery, where Buddhist monks and nuns suffer on the path to enlightenment

After a two-year ban, visitors are again allowed to visit the hard-to-reach monastery’s 10,000-strong population, but under police supervision

7 Dec 2018 - 1:05PM

After a two-year ban, visitors are again allowed to visit the hard-to-reach monastery’s 10,000-strong population, but under police supervision

Sichuan’s remote Yarchen Gar monastery, where Buddhist monks and nuns suffer on the path to enlightenment
Underground economy: wartime bomb shelters of Chongqing repurposed for work and leisure

They saved thousands from Japanese air raids during the war, and afterwards many were used as factories. Now the tunnels dug into the Chinese city’s hillsides have taken on a new life

20 Jul 2018 - 2:55PM

They saved thousands from Japanese air raids during the war, and afterwards many were used as factories. Now the tunnels dug into the Chinese city’s hillsides have taken on a new life

Underground economy: wartime bomb shelters of Chongqing repurposed for work and leisure