Roger Hutchings

Roger Hutchings is an award winning British documentary photographer who studied at the Newport School of Art in Wales and initially worked for the London Observer as a roving photojournalist covering British and World affairs. After leaving the newspaper he carried out a wide range of assignments for many of the world's leading magazines while developing documentary projects which went on to be internationally exhibited and published.
Three bodies of work have attracted critical acclaim. Thatcher's Britain , a long-term social documentary about Britain; Bosnia , an emotive reflection on the civil war in Yugoslavia and Ataturk's Children which examines the Turkish Kurds' struggle for self-determination.
In 1996 he began making reportage stories about the fashion industry which led to a collaboration with the fashion designer Giorgio Armani from 2000 to 2007 and provided the material for two books Backstage and China.
He has taught, lectured and broadcast about photography and judged prestigious photography competitions.He was a tutor at the world press Joop Swart Master Class in 2001, Chairman of the World Press Photo Jury in 2002 and Chairman of the British Press Photographers' Awards 2007. (*)

(*) from


Share link on