V. Tony Hauser
V. Tony Hauser is renowned as one of Canada's leading portrait photographers. Over his thirty-year career he has honed his craft as a specialist in black and white printing. Hauser has always been committed to the creation of outstanding archival black-and-white photographs, both in silver and platinum metals. His photographs are included in permanent collections of the National Archives of Canada, the Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography and numerous collections around the world. Hauser's photographs have been exhibited at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa, The Banff Centre, The Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, California, at Canada House in London, England, The Hamburg State Opera in Germany, and at the National Museum of Culture in Quito, Ecuador to name just a few. Hauser is a passionate anti-landmines activist. He has spoken against landmines in universities across Canada, as well as in Slovenia, England and Spain. His exhibition entitled Living with Land Mines features portraits of Cambodian children who have survived a land mine accident.