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Kas Stone

Kas Stone Nova Scotia   I spent my formative years on the Atlantic coast in Nova Scotia and Newfoundland.  This sparked a passion for wild coastal scenery and moody weather that has sustained my spirit and inspired my photography ever since. The appeal is partly aesthetic, but also deeply rooted in my love of the outdoors and my interest in geology and the natural environment.After a 20-year stint 'learning the ropes' in Toronto, I moved back east in 2013 and now make my home in the seaside community of Dublin Shore in Nova Scotia's Lunenburg County, where I run a studio gallery and lead workshops in photography and digital imaging.My photographs have evolved from their documentary roots -- as illustrations...

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Stephen DesRoches

Stephen DesRoches Prince Edward Island   Keeping photography fun is an exciting task for Stephen. He enjoys the endless resources of information and the fact that there is much to learn without feeling too much pressure or expectation. The idea of recording the world onto single frames is an exercise for him that forces a closer look at light, colours and shapes. Either at home on quiet Price Edward Island or on the occasional travel to larger destinations, carrying a camera in hand has become as common as carrying identification for Stephen. Stephen’s desire to become better is stronger than ever, but at the end of each day he feels it’s still all about having fun too. For the past 16...

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Brittany Crossman

Brittany Crossman ​New Brunswick   Brittany is a wildlife photographer based out of New Brunswick, Canada. The love for wildlife started at an early age, and remaining consistent throughout the years. This passion lead her to study photography at Mount Allison University. Over the years, she has photographed many different species, but the Red Fox holds a special place in her heart. Brittany’s work has been published by Canadian Geographic, The Canadian Wildlife Federation, Canadian Wildlife Magazine and online at National Geographic. Brittany also donates her prints to wildlife rehabilitation centers such as Hope for Wildlife and The Atlantic Wildlife Institute for fundraising for wildlife in their care. She recently joined The Canid Project and will be a contributing photographer. Brittany’s goal is to capture intimate moments that tell...

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Dennis Minty

Dennis Minty Newfoundland & Labrador​   "As a kid I was always messing about in the woods and wetlands, looking for bugs under rocks, catching frogs, watching how the leaf-filtered light dappled the ground. This was where I felt most at home," says self-taught photographer Dennis Minty. "When I became an adult, that link with the wild world was nurtured through my various careers. Since age 12 or so, the constant throughout has been photography. For me, nature and photography are inseparable. I immerse myself in nature through photography."Dennis’ path, from his small island roots in Twillingate, Newfoundland, Canada to his current career as a photographer and eco-tour leader, has taken him through more than three decades of both local...

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Jérémie LeBlond Fontaine

Jérémie LeBlond Fontaine Québec   Jérémie first started photography in 2011. His primary goal was to bring back memories from his nature walks and connect with them. His first photo gigs involved shooting for some small clients in the live events industry. He’s been a full time photographer since 2013, the year he decided to leave his job to become a professional photographer. ​Nature and landscape photography is his biggest passion. He loves spending moments alone in the forest, walking on trails and forest roads looking for the perfect animal or landscape shot. On land or on water, he feels that nature always has something to show us. He loves shooting in particular conditions such as foggy weather, really early in...

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