Carlos Scott Wilson is an amazing professional photographer.
His fantastic photographs & exhibits have been presented in New York, Costa Rica, Toronto, Spain and many other international locations.
Carlos has an impressive breadth of photography experience which includes international photography work ranging from Europe to North & Central America & the Caribbean.
Carlos is now located and working out of Ontario, Canada.
He was educated in Photography at the New York School of Visual Arts & the Costa Rican Escuela de Fotografia MEMORANDUM.
Carlos is recognized as a member in good standing with International Freelance Photographers Organization (IFPO).
Also, he was awarded the Master Photographer Diploma Degree of Distinction Honorarius.
Carlos’ photographs have been published in the National Geographic.
Also, he has published photos in the following books :
1) September 17, 1999 ~ Images From the Heart
2) March 20, 2000 ~ Optical Illusions
3) April 3, 2000 ~ Artistic Instincts
He has photographed for Taller Del Artistas in Costa Rica along with well known Flamenco dancer Mariana de la Victoria.
Carlos is also talented as a writer focusing on relevant & controversial issues.
His photographs are powerful and compelling pièce de résistance works of the unfamiliar aspects of humanity and life.
Carlos explained that: “It is my passion for self expression to a blind world……..”
You are invited to see Carlos Scott Wilson’s passion in the following free exhibit event as well as talk to Carlos about his unique and creative professional photography.
Don’t miss this visually stimulating experience, with mind blowing work from Cuba, Costa Rica and post-quake Haiti!
PLEASE NOTE: Due to popular demand the event is held over for a second time until April 21, 2011!
FREE Fuji Digital camera to be won! Sign the guest book and leave your name & contact info to be entered. Draw will be made at the end of the exhibit.
NOW running until April 21, 2011
1078 Queen St. West, Toronto
(Intersection: Queen St. West & Ossington Ave)
Map to Event
Carlos’ first exhibit in Canada captures stirring & inspirational moments from Haiti, Cuba & Costa Rica. Displayed in El Almacen, an authentic & unique Argentinian cafe.
No dress code in effect.
Have the chance to speak with the artist and learn about his amazing and emotional photos. After opening night, artist will be at the cafe occasionally. Contact first to confirm if you would like to meet the artist!
Closing Day Event on April 21, 2011:
Begins at 7pm
The QuiQue Escamilla Band begins at 8pm