Brendan Meadows is a Vancouver-based photographer whose subject matter is people, whether they come from the glamorous worlds of music and television or the gritty reaches of poverty and war.
Brendan snapped his very first photograph of Princess Diana during Expo '86. She was 23; he was 10. From there the fascination with the human persona began.
Over the years, he has founded three hugely successful and influential art projects: Drawn to Develop (http://drawntodevelop.com), Front Lines and The Covet Exhibition (http://covetexhibition.com).
He has contributed photographs to Vice, Inventory, and AMC, and continues to work fervently in the worlds of portrait & entertainment photography. "There are no wasted hours," says Meadows through a mouthful of puttanesca, atop a mountain of camera equipment. Simply put, he is a gifted wanderer; a collector of people and places; a catcher of beauty as it changes.
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