Anne-Marie Cloutier is a Toronto based documentary and editorial image-maker working primarily with photography and film. Her main practice revolves around the human experience and the exploration of the human subject and the inner self, perceived through the lens of a camera. Her present work focuses on intimate and environmental portraiture as well as photographing the streets, a prosaic playground where she constantly finds inspiration. 

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Education                          

2022  Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography Studies, School of Image Arts, Ryerson       University, Toronto, ON

Selected Exhibitions        

2021  Maximum Exposure 26, School of Image Arts, Ryerson University, Toronto, ON

2021  Palm* Photo Prize, 10 14 Gallery, London, UK 

2020  Maximum Exposure 25, School of Image Arts, Ryerson University, Toronto, ON

Recognition & Awards    

2021  David & Anna Bulmash Innovation Award, Ryerson University, Toronto, ON

2021  RIC Award – Function Magazine, Toronto, ON

2021  Dean’s List Smokestack Third Year Prize – Maximum Exposure 26, Toronto, ON

2021  Palm* Photo Prize shortlist, London, UK

2021  First Edition Photobook Award, Ryerson University, Toronto, ON

2020  RIC Award – Bread & Butter, Artspace Gallery,  Toronto, ON

Publications

2021  Function Magazine, Toronto, ON

2020 Alice. For Now., Photographic Monograph, Self-published

2020 La Dolce Vita, Photographic Monograph, Self-published

2020  Function Magazine, Toronto, ON

2019  Function Magazine, Toronto, ON

Residencies & Workshops

2021   Justine Kurland Workshop, Practices, Strategies and Techniques I: lectures, assignments and critique with renowned American photographer, September 27- November 20 

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