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Miguel Jeronimo

Miguel Jeronimo

Miguel Jeronimo (Portugal, 1987) is a freelance photographer, curator, writer and artist based for seven years in Phnom Penh, with more than 50 exhibitions in Cambodia — including solo and group shows on topics such as environment, social inequality, gender, disability and human rights.


With a background in robotics and emotions in artificial intelligence, he's passionate about photography and working with NGOs on projects with impact, collaborating with other artists and creating art shows with meaning. His work has appeared in publications such as Le Monde Diplomatique, Southeast Asia Globe, Perspectives Hong Kong, New Naratif in Malaysia and Mekong Review, and selected for festivals from the Cheongju Craft Biennale 2021 in South Korea (bronze awards in the Craft City Lab competition) to ASEM (Asia-Europe Meeting by ASEF Foundation) in the National Museum of Cambodia, from curating an exhibition in BACC (Bangkok Arts and Cultural Center) to being the special jury selection for the global collective exhibition Points of Return in Massachusetts, USA – besides having provided photography and art consultancy to organizations such as UNICEF, Pulitzer Center, Heinrich Boll Foundation, UN Migration, IDE, DFAT and GIZ.


More at or you can find him in IG @migueljeronimophotography.

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