Muhammad Fadli is a Sumatran-born Indonesian photographer, focusing on documentary and portrait photography. He splits his time between editorial assignments, corporate and commercial work, personal projects, and as a father of a young daughter. His personal projects explore different themes such as history, subculture, environment, and social issues.
He is a co-founding member of Arka Project, an independent collective of Indonesian photographers, and also a climate change reporting fellow of The GroundTruth Project. These days, apart from being a photographer, he also acts as photo editor and multimedia producer. He is also part of Inland Stories.
Read more about him and his work at his personal site here https://www.muhammadfadli.com.