"Canada's Location Photographer"
Widely published and likely Canada's most travelled photographer, George Hunter has spent seven decades creating dramatic images across Canada and in well over one hundred countries.
Appointed to the Royal Academy of Arts in 1977, George has been widely published across Canada, the USA, Europe and Japan, including four major photo spreads for TIME magazine for which he was acclaimed in three Publisher's Letters.
Five major banks have mounted exhibitions of George's photography in their lobbies in Montreal, Toronto and Calgary. The National Film Board of Canada featured his images from fifty countries in one of their largest exhibitions, entitled "People of Many Lands". After a successful summer run in 1972, several additional sets were produced and distributed to venues around the world.
Today, George Hunter, an active octogenarian, still travels widely and is currently producing archival fine art prints from his original black and white negatives.
PHOTO CREDIT: George Hunter in Hong Kong by Unknown