About Ian McCausland
After 30 years of working as a photographer, I am still passionate about what I do. In fact I may be more excited these days than in the film days. The tools available now for story-telling are vast and allow for some amazing creativity and innovation.
Even after all these years, I still get a thrill out of seeing my images used in print, online and elsewhere.
My passion for photography is fuelled by my curiosity. I want to learn, to listen, to find out what's needed and how it can best translate into images.
Working with a team of designers, art directors, account reps and even the subjects themselves, allows for collaboration, which is another great motivator in the process of creativity.
The one thing that brings it all together is really connection. In this world crowded with screens, I try to create images that show human connection. As much as I love photography, it's really the art of connecting with people that I love most.
The NorthWest Company
The Winnipeg Foundation
Health Sciences Foundation
Grace Hospital Foundation
Western Living magazine
Winnipeg Men/Women magazine
photo credit: Cory Aronec, Teri Hofford and Colin Corneau.
As a Manitoban I live in Treaty 1 territory, the lands of Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene peoples, and on the homeland of the Métis Nation.