ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTOR
Geoff Goodyear has been involved in photography both as an amateur and professional for over 45 years. He has also travelled extensively throughout Labrador as a helicopter pilot.
He has exhibited at the Memorial University Art Gallery, the Bartlett Gallery in Alton, Ontario and currently has an exhibition at the Labrador Interpretation Centre entitled “Labradoria”.
Geoff has won several awards for his photography including best photo category from the Canadian Community Newspaper Association and has had photos published in various books, magazines and websites for agencies including the Nature Conservancy of Canada and the Northwords Project. In conjunction with the Nunatsiavut Government, Geoff recently published a book of photographs entitled Nunatsiavut: Discover The Majesty Of Labrador’s Inuit Lands.
He recently retired from the helicopter industry and pursues his photography interests from his home in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. In recent years he has concentrated his photography efforts in Labrador and primarily in Nunatsiavut.
Geoff works principally in high resolution digital format with Nikon and Hasselblad cameras and prints all his own work with an Epson 7900 using museum grade papers and inks.