Jeff Curran is a Canadian born photographer who currently works and lives in Toronto.
From an early age he developed a passion for exploration, later combined with individual studies in photography. While pursuing his artistic vision, he produces images that are a reflection of his journey.
Curran’s work has been published and won numerous awards in international competitions, being exhibited in galleries in New York, Los Angeles and Toronto.
For as long as I can remember, I have been drawn to exploration and utilized photography to document the world. My photographs hold memories gathered in my observations and highlight complexities of everyday surroundings.
I pursue this form of art inspired by the power images hold in communication and their ability to invite an emotional response. As a photographic artist, my goal is to visually capture and tell a story that evokes feelings and draws the viewer into the scene.
In the process, I allow composition, colour, form to have an equal importance in each image, as they resonate with the dynamics of the scene.
2018 New York Centre for Photographic Art - Honourable Mention, Humans
Detroit Digital International Salon of Photography - Acceptance, Nature
Onyx International Exhibition of Photography - Acceptance, Nature
MPI IIC - Achievement Award
Panasonic - Runner Up, Showtime
2020 Todmorden Gallery, Toronto
2019 Elizabeth James Gallery, London, UK
Gallery 1313, Toronto, “Spectra”, CONTACT Photography Festival
Cedar Ridge Studio Gallery, Toronto, "If you could see what I see"
Woodside Square Library, Toronto
2018 Gallery MC, New York City, “Show Your World”
Gallery 1313, Toronto, “The Landscape”
Los Angeles Center of Photography, Annual Member’s Exhibition
Gallery 44, Toronto, “Forward”, “365”
The Centre of Contemporary Art, New Jersey, Member’s Exhibition
Neilson Park Creative Centre, Toronto, “Recalling”
Papermill Gallery, Toronto, “The Eclectic Eye”
2019 Average Art Magazine, London, UK
2018 PhotoED Magazine, Winter Issue
PhotoLife Magazine, June/July Issue
Photographic Society of America
Los Angeles Center of Photography
Gallery 44, Toronto