Feike de Jong is a journalist based in Mexico City, México. He has written in international media such as the Atlantic CityLab, The Guardian and Fortune International, as well as having been an investigative reporter for Mexican business magazine Expansion. He won the Walter Reuter Prize in 2010 for an article on the impact of climate change in Mexico. He has blogged on urbanism for Forbes Mexico and was given a grant by the Mexican Secretariat of Culture to write an e-book/app on the edge of the greater Mexico City Area in 2015. This app is finished and will apear in the ITunes Store in March 2017. He has worked as a freelance researcher and editor for clients such as PwC Mexico, UC Davis and corporate accountability NGO Poder. He has also organized musical festival and events in Mexico City, as well as tours to the periphery of the megalopolis in collaboration with Mexico City's Rufino Tamayo Museum.
This is a link in Google Play to an app about a 51-day walk around Mexico City ubdertaken by Feike de Jong as well as different aspects of the edge of the city - contains more than 200 picture taken by the author.
Excerpt from app-book "Limits" regarding a 51-day walk around the edge of the Greater Mexico City Area in the Guardian.
Article for 2006 Mexico elections -
An article on women leaders in Mexico City's notoriously difficult inner city - particularly involved generating contacts in Mexico City's Tepito neighborhood.
Urban vignette of Mexico City's experimental music scene done in collaboration with videoproducer Ramon Coelho.