Alphonse Roy is an Indian film and wildlife cinematographer, known for working on films like Aamir and Gulaab Gang. Having graduated from Film and TV Institute of Tamil Nadu, Alphonse pursued photography from a young age. He has worked for Lenin’s “Oorukku Nooru Paer” which had the honour of opening at the International Film Festival in Bangalore in 2001. He is currently involved in projects like the Tamil film “Drohi (2010)” and UTV’s Peter Gaya Kaam Se. He has presented several films, like tiger conservation with BBC’s Fiona Bruce, Planet Earth Conservation series by BBC Bristol, “Pride of India” on Gir lions for BBC Natural History unit, “Kingdom of Cobra,” for BBC Natural World. He has also been a cameraman and presenter of the film “The Great Cats of India”, a co-production of Discovery and Animal Planet. He is predominantly known for his cinematography in films like Aamir (2008), Gulaab Gang (2014) and King Cobra(1997). Roy has also been the cinematographer for the upcoming film Gour Hari Dastaan, which will be releasing on 14th August, 2015.