About

DSC_2190Christopher Roche was born in Quebec, Canada to Irish parents. He has since lived in Africa and several cities around Europe. Dividing his time between working as a filmmaker and a photographer he is now based in London.

He has won many awards internationally and his photographs have been published in the national press, exhibited at Royal Geographical Society in London and at United Nations Office at Geneva.

He is currently developing a photographic project on Devotion that explores men and women’s thirst for spiritual fulfillment around the world and has published two photographic books, ‘The Priests and Pilgrims of Ethiopia‘ and ‘Banaras, Holy City‘.

Awards

2017          Zeiss Photography Awards Finalist

                   Sony World Photography Awards Honorable Mention

                   Siena International Photo Awards Finalist

2016          PX3 Prix de la Photographie, Paris (Press) 1st Place, Gold

Wanderlust Photo of the Year (People) 1st Place

Tokyo International Foto Awards (People/Culture) 1st Place, Gold

Outdoor Photographer of the Year (Spirit of Travel) 1st Place

Travel Photographer of the Year, Finalist

Sony World Photography National Award 1st Place

Moscow International Foto Awards Honorable Mention

Siena International Photo Awards Honorable Mention

2015          The Wanderlust Photo Portfolio of the Year 1st Place.

International Photographer of the Year (People, Travel) 1st Place

International Photographer of the Year (People, Portrait) Honorable Mention

International Photography Awards (Traditions and Culture) Honorable Mention

2014          Wild Frontiers Photo of the Year 2014. 1st Place.

Film Awards include: the Miramax Scriptwriting Award;  Giffoni Film Festival, Best Film, Troubled Gaze 2010; Pentedatillo Film Festival, Best Film, 2010; I’ve Seen Films, Milan, Best Film, 2010; Be Films, New York, Best Film 2010. Doha Tribeca Film Festival, The Doha Experience Award, 2011.  Some of his directing work can be viewed at http://www.chrisrochedirector.com

 

In the press…

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