Bert Hoferichter, MPA has been an award winning Professional Photographer for over 40 years. His diversified work has taken him across Canada and parts of the World. He is one of a selected few of Canadian photographers whose work is preserved in the National Archives in Ottawa. His work is also part of the permanent "American Loan Colleection". He has created memorable photographic studies of many of Canada's most famous faces in every field of endeavour; politics,religion,business and the arts. His pictorial images are collected by a number of different clients and collectors.
1958 - Arrived in Canada as an immigrant from Germany.
1960 - Sold his first image to the Toronto Star, it gave him inspiration for his future.
1967 - Opened his first Photographic store/studio in Port Credit, ON.
1968 - Bert was one of the original Founding Members of the Professional Photographers of Canada.
1970/1971 - Won "The Canadian Professional Photographer of the Year" award, presented to him by Yousuf Karsh.
1976 - Bert was hired as the official Photographer to the Montreal 1976 Olympics by COJO.
1988 - Was hired by Kodak to photograph the Winter Olympics in Calgary.
Over the years, Bert has won some 35 National and International awards for his work.
Bert did all the still photography for "Big North", a Canadian Panavision film at Ontario Place, Toronto.
Bert was Director of Photography at Humber College in Toronto for 15 years
Bert's work is represented by a number of stock agencies, or can be purchased direct through this website or contact: email@example.com.