Finding Your Photography Style – Podcast Interview with Bret Culp

You can listen to a recent podcast conversation I had with Marko Kulik about developing your unique photography style at Photography.ca or on iTunes. Pho­tog­ra­phy pod­cast #134 fea­tures an inter­view with Toronto, Ontario fine art pho­tog­rapher Bret Culp. Dur­ing the inter­view we talk about find­ing and devel­op­ing your own pho­tog­ra­phy or shoot­ing style. Bret offers […]

RMG Exposed Auction 2012 – Part 2

I’m pleased that my photograph, Dunluce Castle, was selected as one of ten pieces in the live auction portion of the RMG Exposed fundraiser event that took place on Saturday November 10. Is was exciting to watch the fast and furious bidding on it.  Additionally, there were 32 outstanding photos in the silent auction. There […]

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 like the questions they asked. The Transience of Power, Castle Ruins, Kerry, Ireland, 2008 June 15, 2012 · by Canadian Photography Online · in Photographer Q~ Bret, simply put, your landscapes are stunning. They speak to an erosion of […]

Desecration Of The Dark Hedges (Seize The Day)

I’ve just completed another photograph for my Between Heaven and Earth Irish portfolio.  Like other recent pieces, The Dark Hedges 3 is comprised of several individual captures stitched together allowing for the resulting high-resolution image to be printed very large with impeccable fidelity. I made two photography trips to this enchanting Northern Ireland location, July […]

5 Photographers

Five accomplished and award-winning Canadian photographers, Peter Adamson, Bret Culp, Peter Kraiker, John Long and Mira Zdjelar, showcase unique vision and style through the art of photography; opening May 10 at Leonardo Galleries Toronto, ON, April 25, 2012 – Five accomplished and award winning Canadian artists – Peter Adamson, Bret Culp, Peter Kraiker, John Long […]

ArtAnywhere Bring Pop-Up Art Fair to Oxford & Cambridge University Alumni Event

Five pieces from my portfolio of Irish work and two prints of Julie’s work are included in this innovative exhibition. First annual garden party to feature artwork from Toronto artists TORONTO, Ontario – September 2, 2011 ArtAnywhere.com, an innovative Web site for buying contemporary art, is expanding into the private event space.  Seeing an opportunity […]

A Wizard’s Touch – The National Post

I’m quoted in the following article in The National Post. If everyone’s a critic, we’d better update our résumés, because nowadays everyone’s a skeptic, too, especially when it comes to special effects in film. With the rate at which technology is changing, even movies made a year ago can look outdated and clunky, even laughable. […]