Mina Ao

Mina has been a member of Foto:RE since 2014. She brings a practiced, feminist’s eye to the group, and her conceptual works can stop the viewer dead in their tracks.

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Alina Chirila

Alina Chirila’s sees photography as magic, and she is indeed a master practitioner of this art. Her various themes often run parallel with her penchant for photographic self exploration of her mind and her body

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Robert Farnham

Robert Farnham has been shooting since his teens in Northern Ontario. His love of film has seen him experiment with all formats and many different processes, but he always comes back to shoot his preferred 120.

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Nancy Forde

Nancy Forde is a Canadian photographer and self-described visual seanachaí, (Irish for storyteller). Via her lens, she traverses what perceptible seas she can between the connection of place to themes of belonging, solitude, absence, erasure, time, memory, family, health, navigation and boundaries. Her shutter aims to amplify voices and stories surrounding the rights and realities […]

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Karl Griffiths-Fulton

Karl has been an integral part of Foto:RE since joining in 2013. With an Art school education Karl went on to study in Edinburgh, and served as a photographer with BBC London. He covering the Troubles in his native Ireland and went on to photograph in conflict zones throughout the world. Now a university professor […]

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Alioscia Hamma

Alioscia Hamma is a quantum physicist by trade, an artist at his core. Whether he is drawing, writing or shooting 8×10 images in China

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Joe Martz

Joe Martz’s photographic work frequently centres around architecture and urban areas. Often using strong lines, shadows, reflections, symmetry, and patterns, he attempts to give the viewer a different perspective on places and things that are often overlooked and not always seen.  

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Sean Puckett

Sean Puckett is a founding member of Foto:RE. With a background in tech, Sean is known as somewhat of a perfectionist… in the best possible way.

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Stan Rosenthall

He was given a camera while at high school and never looked back. From the UN and Life Magazine (where he was a darkroom technician),

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