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Martin Buzora is a CSA nominated Director/Cinematographer working around the globe.
 
His latest series "Kenya Wildlife Diaries" (2016) chronicled some of the most important conservation and anti-poaching work in East Africa, and was nominated for two Canadian Screen Awards for Best Factual Series and Best Cinematography, and premiered on Smithsonian and Love Nature. His latest documentary short, "The Story of Aisholpan" (2017) is a portrait of Mongolia's now-famous young Eagle Huntress, a breathtaking tale of female empowerment and evolving tradition, set in the stunning landscapes of the Altai Mountains.
 
His approach to storytelling remains the same whether it's film or photography: to explore the dramas of life, give voice to the voiceless, and illuminate the dark.

PHOTOGRAPHY IS MY MOST SINCERE ATTEMPT AT TRYING TO INSPIRE PEOPLE TO PRESERVE WHAT IS LEFT OF NATURE.

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Photo by: Sean Deakin

*Traditional Kazakh fur hat. We do not endorse the fur industry.

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 Background Info 
Awards

Canadian Screen Award Nominee 
Best Photography
Toronto - 2017
Canadian Screen Award Nominee 
Best Factual Series

Toronto - 2017

Exhibitions

M'lima
Everleigh, Toronto  
September 12, 2017

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Equipment
  • PENTAX 67ii

  • Nikon D4s
    18-24mm 2.8
    24mm 1.4
    35mm 1.4
    50mm 1.4
    85mm 1.4
    70-200mm 2.8