Christoph Mohr has lived and worked in Cologne since 1999. As a camera assistant, he worked on cinema films such as "Lammbock" and "Das Wunder von Bern" as well as documentaries such as "Soldatenglück und Gottes Segen" and "Der große Ausverkauf". After filming in Manila, Christoph was so enthusiastic about the photos he brought back that he decided to become a photographer. Through his artistic use of light and colour, he succeeds in taking impressive snapshots of the regions he travels to. He is particularly interested in the developing countries of the southern hemisphere. In addition to rural and urban life, he is interested in the local social, cultural and political conditions. People are at the centre of his work. This results in a balanced mixture of portrait, landscape, urban, documentary and reportage photography, with which he provides interesting and comprehensive impressions. But crisis areas are also part of his portfolio. In 2016, for example, he took part in a film project in which the refugee routes through the Sahara were photographed. And twice he was in Ukraine in early 2022. His main clients include major publishers and NGOs. After the volume "Sacred Cities of Buddhism", his path went more in the social documentary direction again and he launched the cross-media project "Megacities".