O D G E R B O S C H
Bosch has worked as a professional freelance photographer for 19 years,
primarily as a photojournalist. Over the years, he has photographed the
joy and pain of South Africa emerging from apartheid. First, the early
democracy with its most celebrated President, African leader and world
statesman Nelson Mandela. Then, Presidents Thabo Mbeki, Kgalema
Motlanthe, and the current rearranging of the political landscape with
President Jacob Zuma.
Rodger has shot assignments for a variety of international
publications, including Stern Magazine, Esquire, New York Times,
Newsweek, Facts (Swiss), The Times (UK), and has worked in eight
African countries. He is also a “stringer” for
Agence France Presse (AFP) in southern Africa, and does a range of work
for local agencies, book publishers, NGOs and a local publications.
Rodger also does a range of corporate photography, timelapse, and film
His documentary projects and exhibitions include those on dance,
community savings or micro-lending, and landmines.
Rodger is based in Cape Town.
"Light, space, and people's stories, are the cues that move me to pick