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Roger Lemoyne photographed a story on local indigenous and environmental resistance shutting down a Canadian mine in Chile, published in the May 2014 issue of Report on Business. This is the first project by Lemoyne photographed with the aid of funds from the Michener-Deacon Fellowship for Investigative Journalism.
January 17th, 2014 at 05:50 pm by Julia Rish | Commissions, Roger Lemoyne
September 12th, 2013 at 02:21 pm by Perrie | Multimedia & Video, Roger Lemoyne
May 23rd, 2013 at 05:01 pm by Perrie | Awards, Roger Lemoyne
Congratulations to Roger Lemoyne who is the winner of the Michener-Deacon Fellowship for Investigative Journalism for his project to investigate in words and photos the environmental and civic behavior of Canadian mining companies in foreign countries.
April 9th, 2013 at 05:51 pm by Perrie | Awards, Roger Lemoyne
Roger Lemoyne has been awarded a production grant from the Canada Council for the Arts to continue his multi-year project on Port-au-Prince, based on his winning proposal:
"In Haiti, often defined as the place where Columbus first alighted in the New World and 'the world's first black republic,' history is a zombie that stalks its descendants relentlessly. There is wealth but mostly poverty, culture, art, beauty and degradation in equal measures. The noble revolution of slaves is mirrored everywhere in its failures and tragedies, from the ruined white hulk of the presidential palace down to the modern slavery of 'restavek' child domestics. Despite the weight of its tragedies, Haiti remains vital and beautiful."
Congratulations to Roger Lemoyne who was awarded as a finalist in this year's Applied Arts Creative Excellence.
Roger Lemoyne photographed artists Maskull Lasserre in his studio for Canadian Art.
August 9th, 2012 at 11:21 am by Perrie | Roger Lemoyne, Photographer Interviews