The last few months have been quite full of editorial work, which can be both awesome and otherwise not so much at times. Awesome because it’s the kind of work I really like to do, and less so at times because the waiting times between shooting, getting published and getting paid can be a bit drawn out. Anyway, that’s kind of the nature of the editorial game, but I’m always happy to take them on!

Photo editors with assignments in Vietnam or South East Asia, feel free to reach out anytime! 

Below are tearsheets from two recent assignments; one from The Economist’s 1843 Magazine and another from Cathay Pacific’s Discovery Magazine. Both assignments were a blast to shoot, and the editors were awesome as well, because the both delivered hard copies of the magazine, which doesn’t always happen!

 

Cathay Pacific Discovery
Assignment: luxury hotels, motorbikes and millennial culture in Saigon

 (Quinn Ryan Mattingly)

 (Quinn Ryan Mattingly)

 (Quinn Ryan Mattingly)

The Economist’s 1843
Assignment: Images of Cuong Pham and his world famous Red Boat Fish Sauce

 (Quinn Ryan Mattingly)

 (Quinn Ryan Mattingly)

Readable here if you like: https://www.1843magazine.com/food-drink/a-fishy-business

Other recent assignments with their own post include: Pho in Vietnam for Lucky Peach, Myanmar for The Washington Post, and Youthful Politics in Vietnam for The New York Times