Canadian born, Lou Perrin is a professional and award-winning photographic artist specializing in landscape photography. He resides in Calgary, Alberta, which is home-base for his travel across Canada and the world in order to add to a growing image bank of over 20,000 photos of scenics, wildlife, vanishing landmarks and much more. His prints contribute to prestigious corporate, commercial and private collections world-wide.
Lou has over 40 years of experience both locally and internationally and is well-known for his on-going quest to implement the latest equipment and technological advances in order to make prints more precise. Since his images are his pride, he controls every step of production with care, giving each project detailed personal attention from image capture to hanging the finished print on your wall.
With a passion for creating works of art that turn stunning photographs into wonderful "windows" with spectacular views of nature for your business or home walls, Lou uses both intuition and expertise to determine exactly when each image should be captured in order to bring to record powerful images of landscapes and wildlife.
Lou Perrin is a seasoned professional who consistently offers world-class excellence. For decades, he has provided unique quality photographic art for a wide range of clients including banks, medical centers, corporations, hotels and private residences.
Since 1980, Louis Perrin has resided in Alberta, Canada. He travels across Canada and the world capturing an astonishing image bank of scenics, wildlife, vanishing landmarks and much more. Louis continues to supply Photographic Art to corporate, medical centers, residential and private collectors around the world.
Qualified International Jurist for the " Professional Photographers of America". Founding Director of "Professional Photographers of Canada". Founding Member of "Canadian Heritage Photography Foundation". Founder of "Canadian Photographic Art Group". Past President of "Professional Photographers of Manitoba". Recipient of the first Manitoba "Fellowship Award in Photography".
PHOTO CREDIT: George Hunter, R.C. A.