• The Cheltenham Badlands Are Closed

    Nestled unexpectedly within the iidyllic Caledon Hills an hour north of Toronto lies the Martian landscape of the Cheltenham Badlands. It has been one of my favourite photographic locations since I learned of it while on location for television show in the 90’s. During my initial visit I knew that there were many great photographs […]




  • RMG Exposed 2012

    My black and white photograph, Dunluce Castle, has been selected to be part of the The Robert McLaughlin Gallery RMG Exposed Auction Event on Saturday November 10th, 2012. Dunluce Castle, Antrim, Northern Ireland, 2012archival pigment on photo rag RMG Exposed is our annual fundraiser. Over the past two years, we have raised funds that support […]




  • CanPhoto.net – Bret Culp Discovers Beauty In Impermanence

    CanPhoto.net, the Canadian Photographers Network, has published an article about my book, The Beauty Of Impermanence. CanPhoto.net is a great source of Canadian focused photographic information and inspiration.  Photographers can benefit from networking, mentoring and resources that the site offers.  If you know of anybody who would be interested, please tell them about the site. […]




  • I’m in LensWork!

    I’m thrilled that my Irish work, Between Heaven and Earth, is included in the current issue #101 of the print and digital versions of LensWork magazine. For several years I’ve anticipated submitting once I developed a good sized portfolio of Irish work. However, during my solo exhibition last year I was pleasantly surprised to be […]




  • Canadian Photography Q&A

    Canadian Photography Online, Canada’s definitive photography magazine, recently published a Q&A about my photographic work. I’m very pleased with the depth and insight of the questions they asked. Please take a look and let me know what you think. June 15, 2012 · by Canadian Photography Online · in Photographer Q~ Bret, simply put, your […]




  • Between Heaven And Earth

    Evocative Black and White Photographs of Mystical Ireland May 4 through May 31, 2011 Opening reception May 7 from 4 to 7 pm Artist Talk Sunday May 29 from 3 to 5 pm The photos in this collection were made during my extended stays in Ireland over the past six years while filming the mini-series […]




  • heARTS for Pakistan – An Evening of Art & Jazz

    My photography Michael’s Dragon is one of the pieces in the heARTS for Pakistan silent art auction taking place at Gladstone Hotel in Toronto this evening. HEARTS FOR PAKISTAN – AN EVENING OF ART & JAZZ Gladstone Hotel, Toronto, Canada October 18, 2010 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM The Petrified Dragon of Skellig Michael, Skellig […]




  • Picture of the Week – The Transience of Power

    My photograph, The Transience of Power, has been selected as the January 4, 2010 GalleryPrint Picture of the Week.  Click here for the GalleryPrint website. The Transience of Power, Killarney, Kerry, Ireland, 2008 archival pigment on photo rag




  • New edition of my book is available

    A revised and updated third edition of a book of my art photography is now available. A book of haunting and poetic fine art black and white landscape photographs from Italy, Ireland, Canada, the United States, and around the world that focus on themes of resilience, reclamation, and renewal while revealing the beauty of impermanence. […]




  • Sculptural Images Artist Statement

    This is my Artist Statement for the Sculptural Images show. The exhibition was part of the Contact Toronto Photography Festival and ran from May 17 to June 9, 2007.   Roots creep over rock searching for refuge and nourishment, neglected bricks and mortar crumble under the elements and return to the earth, a mountain is slowly […]




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