Tony is a photographer based in Ottawa, Canada. His work has attracted international attention and been featured in publications such as The New York Times, The British Journal of Photography, American Photography 26, CV Photo, Time magazine, Wired and Vie des Arts.
His photographs have been exhibited internationally, most recently at the Noorderlicht International Fotofestival in Groningen, The Netherlands (2019); Cortona On The Move photo festival, Italy and, as part of the Beyond Addiction/Reframing Recovery exhibition, in NYC and Rochester, N.Y. (2020).
Images from his personal projects have been acquired by institutional collections including The National Photo Collection of Belgium (on permanent display); the Art Collection of Global Affairs, Canada; the Ottawa Art Gallery Collection; the National Photo Collection, Canada and the Archives of Ontario.
Three of his projects have been published as photobooks: Live Through This (2012, ed. 400, sold out), Official Ottawa (2015, ed. 2000, sold out) and After the Fact (2018, ed. 200, sold out). His awards include a National Magazine Award and the Karsh Award for Photography.
He has received arts grants from the Canada Council, the Ontario Arts Council and City of Ottawa.
(And by the way, Fouhse rhymes with goose.)