Tag Archives: Fine Art

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Best in Class at Focal Point 2015

If someone had told my 14-year old self that education would be fun, I’d have stared at them like they were speaking Klingon. Exactly 30 years later, all I can say is “when you’re right, […]

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Hanging Around The Braywick Bistro

Two of my favourite things are food and photography (judging by my Instagram, both at the same time while I’ve got the BBQ fired up …). It’s needless to say that I was more than […]

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A Brand New Look

A brand new look at Jay Terry Photography! Several years ago, I was faced with an inner conflict: after more than 25 years of illustrating and painting, how could I develop as an artist? How could I […]

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Today, Close Is Close Enough

Today, I came to the realisation that close can be close enough. On April 6, I found out that I was a finalist for the Professional Photographers of Canada national image salon Portrait Photographer of […]

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London Photographers | Portrait Photographer of the Year

Colin Powell said, “There are no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation, hard work and learning from failure.“ Pure truth and I try to apply it daily as a photographer. Last weekend, […]

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The Art of: Emotion

How can ’emotion’ be an art? How can the very real, human experience of ‘feeling’ be the object of a learned skill, the end-goal of a process, a mere device to be used? Sounds a touch Machiavellian, […]

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