Guillaume Payen is a French National freelance photojournalist and reporter, currently based in Bangkok, Thailand.
He’s covering various social issues specialize on protests, people who suffered from natural disaster, migrants issues, low-income area, all over Asia, with regular projects and assignments. A graduate of the University “Les Beaux Art and Photography”. He is a individual with a strong ethic, total commitment and with pronounced taste for travelling, and working under pressure in difficult and fast changing situations. Payen’s recent covered works include the demonstrations against the privatization of schools in Chile, the unknown tribe “The Bakets” of the Taman Negara jungle in Malaysia, a report on the aftermath story in the Fukushima area in Japan, the anti government demonstrations in Thailand, the “Umbrella Revolution” of Hong Kong, a documentary of the Mogok “Ruby Mine” in the rural area of Myanmar, recently the deadly Nepal earthquake followed by the Rohingya Crisis and many more. His work is regularly being published by newspapers and different media channels including The Wall Street Journal, The Telegraph, The Guardian, The Times, Paris Match, Libération, TIME, Daily Mail, Huffington Post, BBC, Nikkei Asian Review, CNN, South East Asia Globe, The Mirror, Le Point, Radio France Internationale, ABC, The Daily Signal, Le Temps, Weser Kurier, among many more.