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Johan Hallberg-Campbell was born in the Highlands of Scotland and has been living and working in Canada since 2007. He is a Graduate of The Glasgow School of Art, specializing in the medium of photography and film.
As an award-winning freelance photographer, he has been commissioned for numerous publications and institutions worldwide, shooting assignments globally. Hallberg-Campbell’s work has been published and exhibited internationally, his diverse projects have been shown as installations, gallery exhibitions and screenings.
He has curated 45 photographic exhibitions in galleries such as VII Gallery (New York) and Pikto Gallery (Toronto), showcasing the works of local, national and international photographers. Johan is the co-photo editor at Raw View magazine. His work explores what it means to belong to a community and have traditions rooted in heritage. He continues to develop his book-length project Coastal, a project photographing the Canadian coastline for which he was awarded a Canada Council for the Arts grant in 2014.
Clients include National Geographic, The New York Times, the Canadian Red Cross, The Walrus, Canadian Art, The Big Issue, Scots Magazine, Report on Business, The Globe and Mail, Toronto Magazine, Toronto Tourism, The Grid, Sports Net, Harbourfront Centre, House of Anansi, BMW, Ernest Journal, Anglers Journal, Bettery Magazine, DIE ZIET, Root, the Christian Science Monitor, the Guardian and enRoute.
Johan is a member of the Boreal Collective.
RBC Interview with Art Director Brian Morgan
Raw View Magazine.