Aaron Vincent Elkaim

Documentary photographer highlighting humanity, nature, and sacredness in an industrialized world.
      
Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Nationality: Canadian
Biography: Aaron Vincent Elkaim (b.1981) is a Canadian documentary photographer currently based in Toronto Canada. Aaron’s work explores narratives where culture, history, the environment and development collide. Since 2011 he has committed himself to... read on
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New Gallery - Canoe trip commission for Freemens World
aaron vincent elkaim
Oct 14, 2015
One of the world's largest Boreal Forest reserves, Wabakimi Provincial Park contains a vast and interconnected network of more than 2,000 kilometers of lakes and rivers. The remote park covers an area of 8,920 square kilometers and is the second largest Provincial park in Ontario. Home to Caribou and Moose it offers an authentic Canadian wilderness experience where you can disappear on a canoe without seeing another outsider for weeks.

This Story was photographed for Freeman's World Magazine in Germany.
     Aaron Vincent Elkaim, Wabakimi Park
           One of the world's largest Boreal Forest reserves, Wabakimi Provincial Park contains a vast and interconnected network of more than 2,000 kilometers of...
      
 
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Juror's Pick Lens Culture Emerging Talent

By Aaron Vincent Elkaim — Honored to be selected for a Juror's Pick Award in the LensCulture Emerging Talent Awards 2018 for my project "Where the River Runs..
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Nominated for Prix Pictet

By Aaron Vincent Elkaim — I'm excited to announce I have been nominated for the Prix Pictet: The Global award in photography and sustainability for my series Sleeping..
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NYTimes: Igloo Building in Nunavik for the NY TIMES

By Aaron Vincent Elkaim — By  Craig S. Smith KANGIQSUJUAQ, Quebec — Adami Sakiagak, his tongue poking out of the side of his mouth in concentrated effort, trimmed..
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Where The River Runs Through in National Geographic Picture Stories

By Aaron Vincent Elkaim — The world’s fourth-largest dam will flood some of the land that indigenous tribes have lived on for centuries. BY DANIEL STONE The story of..
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Where the River Runs Through receives 1st, in SDN Open Call

By Aaron Vincent Elkaim —   Aaron Vincent Elkaim Awarded First-Place in Documentary in the Era of Post-Truth "Where the River Runs Through" documents..
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New Yorker - The Mascho Piro

By Aaron Vincent Elkaim — Hot off the press. A dream job I had for the New Yorker last November in Peru's Amazon looking for an isolated tribe with the legendary Jon Lee..
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Honored to have recieved the Alexia Foundation Grant

By Aaron Vincent Elkaim — Aaron Vincent Elkaim's long-term project won the Alexia Foundation Grant 2016. View full article on Time Magazine, here .
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Daniel Cooney Print Auction

By Aaron Vincent Elkaim —  I'm proud to be part of an emerging photographers auction curated by http://www.danielcooneyfineart.com in New York City. The image is a..
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BURN Emerging Photographer award

By Aaron Vincent Elkaim — Absolutely honoured to have been recgnized with an Honourable Mention by Burn in this years Emerging Photographer Award. So much amazing talet and..
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Boreal Bash Summer 2015

By Aaron Vincent Elkaim — The Boreal Collective is pleased to announce it's third Boreal Bash. August 14-16, 2015  Toronto, Canada The Boreal Bash events are a place..
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Boreal Collective Exhibition at the Format Festival

By Aaron Vincent Elkaim — Happy to annouce my work will be shown alongside the talented members of the Boreal Collective at the Format 15 Evidence Photography Festival in..
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New Boreal Newsprint SUBJECT(ive)

By Aaron Vincent Elkaim — http://borealcollective.com/subjective-newsprint-available-now-at-straylight-press/
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Boreal Collective Group Show

By Aaron Vincent Elkaim — Hot on the heels of the Boreal Collective’s first group exhibition at the Zoom Photo Festival, we are pleased to present “Subject(ive)” at..
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