For more than 20 years, Ron Erwin has been translating his love of nature and passion for photography into images of Canada. He lives and works with his wife and partner Lori in the Scarborough Bluffs neighbourhood of Toronto, Ontario.
Sharing an enthusiasm for nature and adventure, they travel extensively photographing, exploring and observing Canada's landscape and wildlife from coast to coast. Represented by All Canada Photos, his work appears in books, magazines and calendars. Ron is also a Professor of Photography and Digital Imaging at Seneca College.
Magazines/Newspapers/Trade Journals: Applied Arts, Backpacker, Birds & Blooms, Break, Bugle, Canadian Geographic, Canadian Geographic Travel, Canadian Wildlife, Canoeroots, Chicago Tribune, Destinations, Endless Vacation, GRIT, Hemispheres, Lonely Planet Magazine, Men's Journal, Mother Earth News, National Wildlife, Nature Canada, Nature Conservancy, New York Daily News, ON Nature, Ontario Arborist, Ontario Out of Doors, Our Canada, Outdoor Photography Canada, Ranger Rick Jr., Seasons, Sunday Times, The Guardian,
The Ottawa Citizen, Toronto Environmental Guide, Wildflower.
Publishers: Bertelsmann, Calypso Publishing, Capstone Press, Ontario
Nature, Gareth Stevens Publishing, Houghton Mifflin, Hugh Lauter Levin, McDougal Littell,
McGraw-Hill Ryerson, Pearson Education Canada, Penguin Books, Postcard Factory,
Seasons, Scholastic Canada, Statistics Canada, W.W. Norton, W.H. Freeman, Viking. Self-published Books: Canada Through Our Eyes, CANADA - a photographic journey, New Zealand Through Our Eyes.
Calendars: Audubon, Browntrout, Comda, Firefly Books, 4imprint, Trends International (DateMaker), Workman, Wyman & Son. Sole Photographer: Weingarten/KV&H Verlag 2014 & 2015 Kanada (Canada) calendars,
2005 Canada, Naturally calendar by Tide-Mark Press.
Advertising/Corporate/Other: BGM Imaging, Canadian Affair, Canpages,
Clark Telecommunications, Ducks Unlimited, Honda, Jaffa Environmental Education Centre, Kraft Canada, Magnotta, Royal Alberta Museum, Seneca
College, Shenandoah National Park, John G. Shedd Aquarium.
Online: National Geographic Travel, thetimes.co.uk: ('Moose Sex Project' aims to promote breeding), sciencechannel.com: (Mantracker), msn.com: (Facts to know about Frost), newstimes.com: (David Allen Sibley visit), newscientist.com: (Western Canada's glaciers may all but vanish by 2100), animals.about.com: (What Is Permafrost?), canadream.com: (Georgian Bay Coastal Route), Smithsonian Magazine, time.com: (10 Amazing Places to Visit Before They Vanish), about travel: (Where to Go in Canada in March) , and (Fall Foliage Drives in Ontario), Lancaster University, Library: (Ebook trials: Environmental studies and public health).
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