Filmmaker & Photographer
Lucas Veuve is a humanitarian and documentary filmmaker and photographer.
His films include documentaries, shorts and travel pieces featured on Al Jazeera, CNN, MSNBC, OXFAM, ICRC, Handicap International and Skyscanner.
His photography has been featured in the BBC, The Independent, The Diplomat and Lonely Planet, amongst others. He has documented the work of humanitarian organisations across Asia including Kashmir in India, Cambodia, Sri-Lanka, Nepal and The Philippines.
In 2015, Lucas’ short film “Myanmar” was a finalist at the Travel Photographer of the Year. In 2013, he was a SONY WPO winner for the time-lapse video “London”.
His biggest inspiration is Jacqueline Veuve, his grandmother, an award winning Swiss film director. Lucas grew up on her film sets and shared her seat on judging panels in international film festivals.
Lucas is currently based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.