Terrance R Pack
Terrance R Pack was born in Hamilton Ontario in a blue collar working class family. Terrance went to study at Niagara College in Welland . Then after awhile he changed professions and went on to study Culinary Arts at George Brown College in Toronto becoming a chef for over the next twenty years.
Active in art in one form or another mostly on plates in commercial kitchens he picked up a camera and started to take photographs. He had dabbled in photography when younger. When he picked up his cameras again years later he made the leap from film to digital. He went on to study at the Dundas Valley School of Art.
Growing up in the heart of an thriving industrial steel town in the 1970's, he likes to photograph and document the abandoned buildings and factories that were once so prominent and vital in and around Hamilton.
Terrance's other interest can be seen in his abstract photography as he is equally as comfortable photographing the light reflecting off of rain drops on a window as he is photographing greasy the old crank shafts on abandoned factory floors.
Terrance has been the recipient of several awards including being nominated in various categories at the prestigious International Color Photography Awards in 2015 and 2017. In 2018, at the same competition, he won in two categories. As well as his Monochrome work nominated in several categories at the prestigious International Black and White Spider Awards in 2016, 2017 and 2018. Both these competitions originate in Los Angeles, California.
His work can be seen exhibited locally in and around Hamilton and Toronto Ontario and his work has also found it's way into many private collections.
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