Thanks for taking the time to check out my portfolio!
My name's Kim Paul Nguyen and I'm a freelance multimedia journalist. I work mainly in video, but also do photography and am passionate about research and writing.
I've been published by the Guardian, Al Jazeera, the Big Issue and Monocle. And I've made video content for the World Health Organisation, Greenpeace, GetUp, Friends of the Earth, ARD (Germany), Bhutan Broadcasting Service and many more.
I've worked extensively in Australia, the US and Central America, Bhutan and the Pacific Islands. I've also made short documentaries in Nigeria, Ghana and India.
My most recent work includes;
A video series for the World Health Organisation on the impacts of climate change on health in the Pacific.
Two Dirty Power documentaries for Greenpeace, investigating links between the coal industry, government and the media.
Writing the latest Stop Adani documentary, The Fight of Our Times.
With funding from the Walkley Foundation I'm currently working on a documentary called "Conversations with Coal Miners about Climate Change", to be released by VICE in 2021.
I'm always looking for new stories, ideas, projects and people to collaborate with.
So please get in touch if you'd like to share ideas, discuss work opportunities or simply have a chat. You can reach me via the social media links above, or the contact form below.
I worked in child protection, disability and youth services throughout the 2000s, in England, Scotland and Australia.
In 2008-09 I rode my push-bike through Australia, Asia and Europe, researching and reporting on climate change and promoting climate action under the banner of Ride Planet Earth.
In 2017 I lived in Bhutan on a Filmmakers Without Borders Fellowship.
In 2018-19 I was the Multimedia Producer at Greenpeace Australia Pacific.
Bachelor of Social Work, Australian Catholic University, 2003
Master of Journalism, Monash University, 2013
Master of International Development and Environmental Analysis, Monash University, 2013
Nominee for Young Australian of the Year ACT, 2010
Fellow, Filmmakers Without Borders, 2017
Grant Recipient, Walkley Foundation, 2020