Canadian born director/photographer Stewart Cohen is known for the high energy and enthusiasm he brings to every assignment. His visual approach is honest, resonant, authentic and cinematic. He moves seamlessly between large-scale productions and smaller intimate ones keeping his visual acuity sharp.

To date he has won countless top industry awards, has been profiled in Communication Arts Magazine, and selected by Adweek as Photographer of the Year.

Recently Stewart completed work on 'Seeing Red, Extinction and Other Mysteries Surrounding the Redhead'. Seeing Red was inspired by the notion that redheads are well on their way to extinction. He is currently working on his next book, which has the working title of 'GirlPowered'.

Stewart says, “With cameras I get to explore places and meet people I’d never know. It’s the act of shooting that drives me. The more I see, the more I realise there is. I’m always out there watching for a moment. I just want the viewer to feel what I see.”

In a world where content is consumed at the speed of light, Stewart’s work slows down the eye and creates moments of true engagement.