Douglas Hook is based in Sabana Grande, Puerto Rico covering stories in the Caribbean and South America. Previously he was based in Chongqing, China working as a freelance photographer covering stories across the south west of China.
Covering stories from LGBT issues, Gun Violence and religion in an atheist country to name a few, he has always had an anthropological interest in people as well as their social issues so he based himself in Chongqing from 2014 to 2018.
2016 he joined Luz Photo Agency with his images from China and has been working alongside them since.
In August 2017 he travelled to Syria to document the lives and rebuilding of cities and towns during wartime and documenting the people in their pursuit of normalisation as well as structure in a war torn country.
His photos and essays have been published worldwide with Pelerin Magazine, Al Jazeera, Buzzfeed and the South China Morning Post to name a few.
After graduating in Documentary Photography and Photojournalism