Alain Schroeder is a Belgian photojournalist born in 1955. In 1989 he founded Reporters
, a well-known photo agency in Belgium. He has illustrated over thirty books dedicated to China, Iran, the Renaissance, Ancient Rome, the Gardens of Europe, Thailand, Tuscany, Crete, Vietnam, Budapest, Venice, the Abbeys of Europe, Natural Sites of Europe, etc. Belgian book titles include, "Le Carnaval de Binche vu par 30 Photographes", and "Processions de Foi, Les Marches de l'Entre-Sambre-et-Meuse". Publications include National Geographic, Geo, Paris Match,... He has won many international awards including a Nikon Japan award for the Who Will Save the Rohingya
series, the TPOTY (Travel Photographer of the Year) award with two series - Living for Death
, a World Press Photo 1st Prize Sport Stories for the series Kid Jockeys
, 2 first prize World Press Photo in 2020 for the series Saving Orangutans
, and participated in numerous exhibitions worldwide. He is represented in France by REA.
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His work is published in AAP Magazine B&W, Faces and Light