J.A. Lamont, M.Sc., September 2018

Jim Lamont is a photographer and custom photographic printmaker who founded PeregrinePrints in 2003, a company dedicated to working with photographers to make fine art quality prints at affordable prices. He has been teaching intermediate and advanced photographic printmaking with the School of the Photographic Arts: Ottawa (SPAO) since 2007, and has been teaching a variety of courses with Henry’s since 2004. Prints of his images are in private and corporate collections across North America. Many environmental organizations have used his images and prints in publicity campaigns and as gifts. The Canadian government has purchased dozens of his images as large prints for display in embassies and consulates around the world. 

His primary photographic interest for several years has been the rediscovery of the Sublime in the context of global climate change.

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

2019  Who do you say I am?          Solo       St. Paul University (scheduled)

2018   In Patagonia                          Solo*     Atrium Gallery (scheduled)

2018   Hurricane                        2-person     Exposure Gallery

2017   Glacial Flows: Notes for a requiem   Solo*    Trinity Art Gallery

2017   SPAO at CONTACT                Group     Arta Gallery (Toronto)

2016   Home Truths                          Solo       Vistek Gallery 

2016   Point of View                         Group    Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies (Banff) 

2015   A Place Apart                         Solo*      RedWall Gallery 

2010   Spindrift Summits                 Solo        Trinity Art Gallery 

2004   Parables of Sunlight              Focus   Foyer Gallery 

2004   Not for Ambition or Bread    Solo      Ottawa Press Club Gallery 

2004   Small Adventures – II             Solo      Centrepointe Theatre Gallery 

* Ontario Arts Council Exhibition Grant 


Interview by Bruce Deachman of the Citizen, Spotlight (March, 2018):

http://ottawacitizen.com/entertainment/local-arts/spotlight-do-you-have-hope-for-your-children