Roger Horrocks

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Roger Horrocks

Environmental photographer specialising in travel and marine imagery for advertising, editorial and stock

In 2007/2008, Roger worked as an underwater photographer on the “BBC Nature’s Great Events” series, which documented the annual sardine run off the east coast of South Africa. The film, “The Great Tide”, won the Golden Palm award at the 2009 Antibes Underwater Film festival.
In 2009 he teamed up with the underwater cinematographer Didier Noirot and the Foster Brothers/NHU Africa to co-direct and produce a documentary about diving with Nile Crocodiles in the Okavango Delta, Botswana. “Into… 

In 2007/2008, Roger worked as an underwater photographer on the “BBC Nature’s Great Events” series, which documented the annual sardine run off the east coast of South Africa. The film, “The Great Tide”, won the Golden Palm award at the 2009 Antibes Underwater Film festival.
In 2009 he teamed up with the underwater cinematographer Didier Noirot and the Foster Brothers/NHU Africa to co-direct and produce a documentary about diving with Nile Crocodiles in the Okavango Delta, Botswana. “Into the Dragon’s Lair” premiered on Animal Plant in April 2010, and won Best Underwater Cinematography at the 2010 BLUE Oceans Film Festival in California. The film has also recently been nominated for Best Cinematography at the 2011 Emmy Awards.

1n 2010, Roger was voted as the Photojournalist of the Year at the Magazine Publishers Associations of South Africa’s PICA Awards.

Roger is a great speaker on Motivation, Leadership, Change and Strategy and links all of this to his passion of the oceans and the wildlife.

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