Kim Hak (born 1981) is a Cambodian photographer, whose work brings together elements of storytelling and an artistic aesthetic. He has focused on a number of themes throughout his career, including survivor stories, and the funeral of King Norodom Sihanouk, as well as architectural documentation. His work has been shown at art and photography festivals, as well as galleries, worldwide. He has won a several awards, and his portfolio has been featured in numerous international publications. A documentary film, entitled “Hidden Photo”, about Kim Hak will be released later this year.