Ted Grant
Photojournalist-Author-International Lecturer

Regarded as Canada's premier living photographer,Ted Grant's career covers 60 years as a photojournalist,
He's captured news, sporting events and important people throughout the world
for Canada's newspapers and magazines. He is the award winning photographer behind the images
of Pierre Trudeau sliding down the banister,
and Ben Johnson becoming the fastest man on earth.

Ted Grant is known in the trade as the "father of Canadian photojournalism"
In 1999 Ted Grant and Yousuf Karsh were both presented with the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award
from the Canadian Association of Photographers and Illustrators in Communication.
In 2008, Ted Grant was honoured by the University of Victoria with an Honorary Doctorate of Laws Degree.
Ted Grant is the only photographer to hold both Gold and Silver medals presented by the National Film Board of Canada
for Photographic excellence.
National Archives of Canada:
The National Archives of Canada have a dedicated "Ted Grant Photo Collection"
within its National Photographic collection. This work includes assignments covered during the past 60 years.
Over 280,000 images are organized illustrating this photographer's unique understanding and vision of Canada's history.
This impressive collection is enhanced by 100,000 additional images in the National Gallery of Canada.
The total collection by a single photographer is the largest in Canadian history.

Books Published:

International Lecturer:

* 1993-2009: Leica International Seminar, USA.
* 1997: Yale University-School of Medicine, Photography in the Medical Profession.
* 1983-1994: The Magic of Light in Photojournalism Photography, Camosun College, Victoria, B.C.
* 1990-2000: Kodak Canada. Amateur and Professional organizations.
* 1972-1980: An Appreciation of Photojournalism. School of Journalism, Carleton University, Ottawa, ON.


Editorial Assignments:

* Chernobyl Children-Russia/Ukraine
* Hawaii-The Islands
* Bullfighting-Spain, Weekend Magazine
* NATO exercises-Norway, National Film Board of Canada
* Oil Airlift-Congo/Zambia, The Canadian Magazine.
* Six Day War-Middle East 1967, Star Weekly Magazine
* Vietnam 1968, Weekend Magazine
* Industrial Empire-Japan, National Film Board of Canada
* Summer Olympic Games- Munich 1972, Montreal 1976, Los Angeles 1984, Seoul 1988, Barcelona 1992
* Winter Olympic Games- Lake Placid 1980, Sapporo 1972, Calgary 1988, Albertville 1992
* The French Riviera-Nice, France, Weekend Magazine
* Oktoberfest-Munich,Germany, Weekend Magazine
* Rome/Athens: Cities of the Old World. Canadian Pacfic Airlines

* The Right to Die: Sue Rodriguez, This Country Canada Magazine


To contact Ted Grant regarding photographic assignments: tedgrant@shaw.ca