Over the course of four years, Toronto-based photographer Daniel Neuhaus gained rare access to The National Ballet of Canada’s dancers as they rehearsed backstage. The resulting photographs are an intimate, and unique window into the company; the images are raw, up close and unpolished. Daniel’s ability to develop a relationship of mutual trust around a traditionally very guarded industry, allow these photographs to have a sincere informality that we don’t often see in official ballet portraits.
Daniel Neuhaus is a Toronto-based fine art photographer who graduated from the University of Toronto’s Cinema Studies program in 2010. Daniel’s work is therefore informed by a classical photojournalistic style, that often features as a close-up, personal perspective of the subjects he is documenting. Daniel is the Director of Photography at Toronto Life Magazine and his work has shown in several exhibitions in Toronto and beyond. He has also been known to dress up in doll costume (that looks more like an elf suit) and play dead in front of a packed live audience.
The prints you receive are archival, photographic prints on a semi-matte paper with a longevity of 100+ years under normal light conditions.
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Canadian customer orders are framed in Toronto; orders from the United States are framed in Texas. All frames come with D-rings for installation. All orders come with our free downloadable installation guide.
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