Jeremy Brake

Street photography is interesting because it not only reflects the creators inner sensitivity and sensibility, but also presents the outside world. Street photography reflects everyone equally, in order to present a more kindred view of humanity. It’s a way of saying (through visual symbols) everyone is equally worthy of being a work of art. Whether we show the people that surround us or the things that humanity leaves behind, street photography is always a form of humanism in practice.

My name is Jeremy Brake and I've been a photographer since I was a little kid. I would always steal my parents camera whenever we went on vacation, taking photos of whatever caught my eye. I graduated from da Vinci College school of digital art and design (Halifax campus) in 2016 and have been addicted to creating street photographs ever since.

list of exhibitions and awards

May 2017: “Find Yourself”, solo exhibition, Picture It in a Frame. Frame, Corner Brook NL

August 2017: Merit award winner, Black and White Magazine

September 2017: participating artist, Nuit 150+, Corner Brook NL

November 2017: published article “Soul the hidden ingredient to great street photography”,

April 2018: “A Visual Ode to David Foster Wallace” solo exhibition, Rotary Arts Centre, Corner Brook NL.

March 2018: Participating artist, “Presence”, Arts and Culture Centre, Corner Brook NL