V. Tony Hauser is renowned as one of Canada’s leading portrait photographers. His distinctive portraits demonstrate his innate ability to communicate with people. He strives to reveal each sitter’s essence and energy with his camera. His unique approach to the photographic portrait results in images that illustrate a vision and talent that have earned Hauser an international reputation.Although he is often required to create colour images for modern applications such as corporate websites and business publications, he has honed his craft as a specialist in black and white printing techniques. His silver and platinum photographs are included in permanent collections of the National Archives of Canada, the Portrait Gallery of Canada, the Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography, the Stratford Festival, and numerous board rooms and private collections around the world.In 2006, the National Arts Centre commissioned Hauser to photograph 50 Hungarian-Canadians on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Hungarian Revolution. This collection, entitled New Lives, was exhibited in both Canada and throughout Europe. All photographs from this collection were then donated into the Canadian Archives, where they are permanently housed.
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