John Kosmopoulos is a Multiple International Award-Winning Photographer from Toronto, Canada who embodies a new school and philosophy of photography known as “Eclectic Aesthetic Fine Art” (EAFA). He has been practicing photography with abandon for the last five years and, like his namesake, is a true cosmopolitan who enjoys traveling with his camera as a compass. He specializes in multiple subjects in black and white fine art photography, infrared long exposure photography, blended exposure photography and a form of colour photography he refers to as “Muted Colour Metallics” (MCM). His acclaimed images have been published extensively in international interviews and magazines, including Digital Photographer Magazine, and his art has been featured in shows and galleries all over the world including his home city, Vancouver, Athens, Dubai and Paris at the Louvre Museum.
John is also a Consultant and Professor in the Behaviour Sciences and an avid writer who has produced some thought-provoking principles and ways of conceiving fine art as an evolving discipline that is intimately intertwined with an artist’s personal psychology known as “Vision Drawing” (Oramagraphy). He teaches workshops all over the world and always strives to capture a felt aesthetic, the feeling of being immersed in something intellectually and imaginatively beautiful, with his art while inviting viewers on a journey into a parallel world where reality is both essential and negotiable in fine art photography.