Based in Toronto, Ontario, Brett Gundlock is a professional freelance photographer. He works as a photojournalist and pursues his own documentary photography. In journalism and in art, Gundlock’s photographs capture ideas and explore unique narratives.
Having worked for three years as a staff photographer for one of Canada's national newspapers, the National Post, Gundlock struck out on his own. He now divides his time between assignment work and personal photographic interests.
Gundlock’s images explore the subcultures that exist in tandem with mainstream culture. Skinheads, 2010 G-20 detainees, and recent immigrants are several of the marginalized groups Gundlock has worked with. In 2013 Brett is continuing to create work in Mexico and the Alberta Oilsands. The intersections of journalism and conceptual art are a continued focus for Gundlock’s photography. Blurring the arbitrary boundaries between these photographic styles is one of his frequent explorations.
Regular Clients include: The Wall Street Journal, Vice, Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, The Grid, Report on Business, Canadian Business, Toronto Life, Reuters, Telegraph Magazine, Bloomberg News Service, Maisonneuve Magazine, among others.