Maurice Henri is an internationally known photographer and has been creating portrait, stock, advertising, commercial and industrial photography professionally since 1989.
His exhibits of the people and their life in Africa received critical and popular acclaim internationally. His work has been acquired for permanent collections and has been shown in museums and galleries in Canada and the United States and is part of many corporate and private collections in various locations worldwide.
He is also the recipient of The Order of Moncton, the Rotary International’s Paul Harris Fellowship Award and the YMCA’s Peace Medallion, in recognition of his efforts.
Karen Casey, knew that her path in life would be to become a professional photographer since then she picked up her first camera. She received her Diploma of Fine Craft with a major in Photography from the NBCCD.
Shortly after, Karen opened a photography studio in the heart of Fredericton’s downtown. Wanting to spread her wings and travel, she decided to close the doors and travel outside the country for an extended period of time.
Travelling for several months, she experienced several countries and cultural while backpacking with her Nikon camera; allowing her to discover the world & herself as a photographer. Returning home to Moncton to re-open her studio. Being an artist is pushing,breaking the boundaries of the medium we are exploring keeping her motivated,learning & exploring on a daily basis.