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Diamond Saw, Micelangelo Quary, Carrera
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David Burdeny Carrara 

David Burdeny has both a degree in Interior Design and his Masters Degree in Architecture. This background is evident in every Burdeny image, with his strong sense of structure, horizon, balance and space. David retired from Architecture in 2009 to focus entirely on his photography career and has seen much success. Since 2003, he has been in over 60 solo and group shows and has representation in top galleries around the world. His work has been featured in publications such as Canadian Art, Elle Décor, Canadian House & Home, Canadian Architect and PhotoLife, just to name a few. He is the recipient of many awards including the prestigious Landscape Photographer of the Year at the Lucie Awards in New York City in 2008 for his series “North/South” which documents the fragile shorelines and monolithic ice formations of Antarctica and Greenland.


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