Garry Lotulung is a photojournalist based in Jakarta and a frequent contributor to Anadolu Agency. Lotulung has specialized in stories about the human condition, social change, and environmental crises. Working extensively in Southeast Asia, he has photographed such pivotal events as his long-term project with the Rangers and mahouts to protect the lives of critically endangered Sumatran elephants. In 2018, Lotulung documented the Surabaya bombings, a series of terrorist attacks that initially occurred on May 13 in three churches in Surabaya, the second-largest city in Indonesia.

In the period 2020–2021, Lotulung worked for the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) and covered deadly Indonesia’s second wave of the coronavirus pandemic, which was part of the IFRC’s winning entry for the 2022 POY Asia, Finalist, and Award of Excellence.

He is open for every assignment across the archipelago and abroad.

Assignments and Print sale please contact Garry directly on & Mobile: (+62) 812 9835 3307

Awards & Exhibitions

2022 . POY (Pictures of the Year) Asia exhibition features 50 award-winning images, Mindful Art Forum (MAF), Seoul, South Korea

2022 . Finalist Pictures of the Year Asia, COVID-19 Category

2022 . Award of Excellence of the Year Asia, COVID-19 Picture Story Category

2022 . The Year Time Stopped, Scopio & Harper Collins Publishers, USA

2021 . ICPConcerned: Global Images for Global Crisis, International Center of Photography, New York, USA

2020 . Rekam Jakarta, Pewarta Foto Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia

2019 . Lombok Palu Donggala Revival, ANTARA Gallery of Photojournalism, Jakarta, Indonesia