Ian Brown is an award winning photographer who's work focuses on the human condition. His portraits have been acclaimed for their simple depth of emotion and honesty.

Ian grew up dividing his time between the urban landscape and spending formidable time in the highlands of Northern Ontario. This aesthetic informed his appreciation for a sense of culture, place and landscape.

He survived cancer at the age of 19, a heart attack at age 32 and being shot at in the middle of a civil war in Colombia while on assignment for Doctors Without Borders (MSF).

His project work has been featured in the NY Times, Washington Post and a number of International publications.

He lives in Toronto and continues to try perfecting making pancakes for his 7 yr old. daughter.


For a full bio, CV of exhibitions or for inquiring about commissioned work please contact the studio here.


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