About me

Pep Bosch is a London based cinematographer who has worked across film (16mm & 35mm) and digital mediums in fiction, documentaries, commercials and music videos worldwide.

A native of Girona, Catalonia, Pep first laid hands on a camera at age 15 and has, since then, developed his skills and style in an autodidactic way. His fascination towards cinema grew alongside photography, taking him to study an undergraduate degree on Film Studies in ESCAC and a MA in NFTS specializing in Cinematography.

In 2016, Pep starts his cinematic voyage with “Sasha“, a documentary directed by Fèlix Colomer. It received a nomination for the Jury Special Mention Award at Seminci in Valladolid.

In 2017, Pep cofounds Limmat Films and shoots the documentary “Made In China”, directed by Marc Chica.

In 2018, Pep crosses borders to the UK for an MA in Cinematography at NFTS, marking a new chapter in his career. Pep’s standout projects are “City of Lost Children” by Misha Vertkin, “Ya’Aburnee” by Riffy Ahmed, “Home Bird” by Ewa Smyk and “Mandem” by John Ogunmuyiwa, produced by Disney UK.

In 2020, Pep reunites again with John Ogunmuyiwa for “Precious Hair & Beauty,” a BBC and BFI-produced short film. It was selected by prestigious festivals such as SundanceLondon Film Festival and Edinburgh International Film FestivalBIFA gave it a nomination for best Short Film.

In 2022, Pep lenses “The Call” by Riffy Ahmed, a poignant magic-realism drama chronicling the journey of an Afro-Caribbean mother and her daughter (Windrush Generation), produced by the BFI Academy.

Teaming up with documentary director Gerard Ortín in 2023, Pep shoots “Bliss Point,” the concluding chapter of a food transformation trilogy which spotlights the evolving distribution infrastructures. The premiere took place at Tate Modern. It was also selected in the official selection of Images du Réel, 2024.

In 2024, Pep embarks on another cinematic odyssey, partnering once more with Fèlix Colomer for “Temps Mort,” a riveting feature documentary that unravels the enigma of Charles Thomas, a revolutionary basketball figure in the Spain of the dictatorship, who vanished for over four decades. The documentary traces his trail across the United States. Produced by Media Pro and El Terrat.

Although his work has taken him across the globe, Pep’s love for his hometown is the centre of his art. If you ever find yourself walking the streets of Girona, see if you can spot his flies on the walls, a callback to the legend of St. Narcís that blends cultural heritage and modern urban art.

With a positive attitude and always eager to learn, Pep is ready for the next adventure.

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