Christophe Viseux is an independent French photographer working and spending his time between Dubai, Paris, and Toronto. His work includes an eclectic mix of street and documentary photography. He is co-founder of Omega3D, a Paris-based photo production company.

His photographs have been published on The New York Times, Le Monde, Al Jazeera, The Guardian, Internazionale, Le TempsThe Financial Times, Der Spiegel, El Pais Semanal, Burn Magazine, PDN, VSD Magazine, USAID, Affair Magazine (DK), Rangefinder, The Indian Express, Monocle Magazine UK, and BrownBook Middle East. Christophe has worked on the Refugees Crisis in Europe and on the Post Election Violence in Burundi.

He has also collaborated with the Clinton Foundation and the NGO Reach Out to Asia (Lebanon, Nepal, West Bank, Tunisia), member of the Qatar Foundation.

He is a contributor to National Geographic Travel’s Instagram (@natgeotravel), Bloomberg, and Capa Pictures for corporate assignments. His archives are distributed in North America by Redux Pictures and Divergences Images in France.


• The New York Times An oil giant is taking big steps. Saudi Arabia can’t afford for it to slip 
• The New York Times A Cyberattack in Saudi Arabia had a deadly goal 
• The New York Times From Oil to Solar: Saudi Arabia Plots a Shift to Renewables 
• The New York Times A Watch Collector who is ‘a bit of Metalhead’ (en)
• Bloomberg Abu Dhabi’s Adnoc Looks to India Amid Billion Refining Push 
• The Financial Times The Gulf’s blockbuster new Louvres arrives – and it’s utterly original (en)
Der Spiegel “Jesus war Muslim”(de)
• El Pais Semanal Oriente Próximo, la nueva meca del arte (es)
• Middle East Eye Diego Maradona in the desert: On the trail of football’s lost legend 
• The New York Times Proposed Travel Ban? At Art Dubai, ‘It’s plainly wrong’ 
• The New York Times In Dubai, a Lover of Fine Watches Gathers Friends 
• The New York Times Watchmakers Look to Women in the Middle East 
• The New York Times The Sisterhood of the Shared Style
• The New York Times 
In the Emirates, Traditional Wedding Jewelry is Back in Style (en)
• The New York Times A Carefree Getaway Just Off the Persian Gulf (en)
• The New York Times In Dubai’s Al Quoz, the Gritty Opposite of Glamorous (en)
• The New York Times Making Moves in a Core Watch Market (en)
• The New York Times A Watch Collection made to measure (en)
• Monocle Magazine UK Sunny Outlook — Salalah (en)
• Monocle Magazine UK Designer Plans (en)
• VSD Magazine Mariage pour tous (fr)
• Le Monde [Grands Formats] Au milieu du désert, le mirage de Masdar 
• Al Jazeera Post-elections crisis escalates in Burundi (en)
• Internazionale Il Burundi sull’orlo del caos 
• The New York Times Dubai Watch Week 
• The New York Times In Dubai, 4 places where brunch is a party (en)
• The New York Times Etihad Airways’ Rapid Growth Frustrates Rivals (en)
• Le Monde La Mariée était un scoop (fr)
• Burn Magazine (curated by David Alan Harvey) Camel Race (en)
• Regardez Voir France Inter Radio Show 
• Our Age is 13 Photojournalisme de Mariage 

PDN World in Focus 2016 Photo Essay Winner
The One Fest Goa 2016 Wedding Group Exhibit
• Kolga Tbilisi Photo Festival 2016 Shortlisted Mobile One-Shot and Reportage
• IPA Awards 2016 (Lucie Foundation) Event Photography of the Year
• American Photography 31 Featured in the annual slideshow / book
• Kolga Tbilisi Photo Festival 2015 Shortlisted One-Shot
PDN World in Focus 2015 Photo Essay Winner

• PX3 Prix de la Photographie Paris 2014
 Portraiture Category Gold

Christophe Viseux

Christophe Viseux is a French Documentary Photographer Middle East Africa. His work has been published in The New York Times, Al Jazeera, Le Monde.
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