Raymond Cauchetier Photography

His film photographs are now the subject of exhibitions all over the world.

Raymond Cauchetier

To sum up, I can say that I’ve spent part of my life photographing what I like, without worrying about the immediate profitability of my work, which was very careless of me.

But I have no regrets. I’ve lived a life of freedom, and that has no price.

Exhibitions 2023
January, 24 - 2023
Festival intitulé Hors Pistes "Voir la guerre et faire la paix" avec une projection d’un film photographique consacré à la vision aérienne des guerres du XXe et XXIe siècles incluant neuf clichés pris par Raymond Cauchetier entre 1951 et 1954 - Musée de l'Armée Invalides
18 february 2023
"Nouvelle Vague de Raymond CAUCHETIER" - Nuit de la Photo - La Chaux-de-Fonds - Suisse

Graham Greene

He met Raymond Cauchetier at René de Berval’s house and liked his photos of the Vietnamese people so much that he offered to preface one of his albums,


Norodom Sihanouk

In 1967, Norodom Sihanouk, the head of state of Cambodia, launched a campaign to promote his country’s cultural treasures and tourist attractions.


John Bailey

The album, “PHOTOS DE CINEMA”, sparked much more interest in the US than in France when it was released in 2008.


John Alexander Pope

When I brought my tiger cub back to the Grand Hotel in Angkor, he graciously let himself be fussed over by a group of Americans.



Bijou’s story goes back to 1957, when I was photographing the Angkor temples. I wanted to interview the famous Cambodian pirate Dap Chuon,