Finn O’Hara, Ice Fishing Two
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Finn O’Hara

Ice Fishing Two, Jumping Caribou Lake, Temagami, Ontario, Canada, 2005
Website - FinnOHara.com

Finn O'Hara takes photos and makes videos. He moved to Canada from the UK when he was a young lad. His father's first job was with Kodak, which fostered his early interest in photography & film. Before getting started in film, he got a degree in English Literature, traveled the world, moved to Toronto, and established himself as a sought after portrait and landscape photographer. His trendsetting style has resonated with both national and regional clients including Bloomberg Business Week, Esquire, Fortune, The Guardian Weekend Magazine, Time, Wallpaper, The Walrus and Wired.

Posted on Tuesday, January 12, 2010.

 

 

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