Born in Battambang City, in Northwestern of Cambodia.
Kim Hak is a full-time photographer whose work has been featured at art and photography festivals such as Photo Quai in Paris, World Event Young Artists in Nottingham, England, OFF_festival in Bratislava, Slovakia, Singapore International Photography Festival, International Multimedia Art Festival in Yangon, ASEAN Eye Culture in Bangkok, Photo Phnom Penh and Angkor Photo Festival. His photographs have been exhibited in France, Great Britain, Netherlands, Slovakia, Canada, The United States, Hong Kong, Thailand, Burma and Cambodia.
In 2011, he won prize “Residency Program” prize of the Branly Museum in Paris and second prize of Stream Photo Asia in Bangkok. In 2012, he was designated Best Artist in the “Best of Phnom Penh” issue of The Advisor, a weekly Cambodian arts and entertainment magazine. Also in 2012, he was interviewed about urban trends in Phnom Penh for the French television program “Faut Pas Rêver,” which was filmed in Cambodia and broadcast in France on the France 3 network and in Asia on TV5 Monde.
In 2013, Hak has published his first photography book “UNITY” which he had spent his time to document the reflection of ordinary citizens after the death of the King Father Norodom Sihanouk in October 2012.
- Still life