Eric Boutillier Brown - Fine Art Photography

I received my first camera, an Olympus OM-10, when I was seventeen, and began exploring photography using an ill-equipped darkroom in my high school. From there, I attended the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design where I intended to study sculpture but was sidetracked by photography. In 1995, I became an Associate of the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design.

“It was not until 1988 that I made my first nude photographs, and those were hesitant, floundering more than anything else. Since then, I have been concentrating more and more of my creativity on the human figure, pursuing something that is for me ever elusive, but at the same time, ever present. In 1991, I began to use the view camera extensively, and this, combined with enough spare time to really work on my photography, pointed me in the direction I still follow today”.

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