Gembong Nusantara is a documentary filmmaker and photographer focusing on socioeconomic, human rights and environmental issues. Studied photojournalism at Ateneo de Manila University and Danish School of Media and Journalism.
Gembong has covered significant events such as the natural disaster of the Merapi volcano eruption, the Middle East refugees tragedy in Indonesia fleeing to Australia, Jakarta's economy booming and hidden stories like mental health problems in Indonesia, children born with different abilities caused by viruses and malnutrition.
His works have been published in Washington Post, Al Jazeera, Society Magazine, Internazionale, Wall Street Journal, Time, New York Times, The Diplomat, Get Lost, and many other international publications.
He has been commissioned by international organisations; such as World Animal Protection, USAID, International Republican Institute, International Monetary Fund, IRENA etc.