About

Randy Bullerwell

Telephone: 1.902.210.4037 / Email: randy@randybullerwellphotography.com
Website: www.randybullerwellphotography.com

Selected Biography

Randy Bullerwell was born and raised in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada. While no longer a recent newcomer to the field of photography, beginning in 2004, Randy continues to be inspired by local Atlantic Canada photographers such as Margot Metcalfe, Catherine Mooney and Maurice Henri. As for literary influence, Antoine De Saint-Exupery’s “The Little Prince” continues to play a major role in Randy’s photography as, with age, comes renewed and revived meaning that penetrates his artistic choice and expression.

Now living in Tantallon, Nova Scotia, Canada Randy has had experience with opening and facilitating many exhibitions at his past gallery, Harris and Company Art Gallery, spreading the word about the therapeutic nature of art in general and photography specifically. He has also shown artwork in Lunenburg Art Gallery, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Trilogy Gallery, Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia and is presently showing his Sable Island Horses photography at Croucher’s Point Gallery, Peggy’s Cove Road, Tantallon, Nova Scotia. Having plans to continue facilitating photography workshops, Randy has an ongoing commitment to learning as a photographer and advocate for mental wellness.

Randy has ongoing plans to continue photographic exploration and the conducting of PhotoVoice (Participatory Photography with therapeutic benefits addressing mental health concerns) both in Nova Scotia and, of course Aruba, soon to be his “six months in the sun”.

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Artist Statement

As a result of a series of personal life experiences I have come to appreciate the finer things in life. Through the use of my camera I am now taking the time to stop, appreciate and record intricate details and vast landscape photography of the things many of us often take for granted.

By slowing down and becoming mindful, and in the moment, I enjoy the feeling that ‘I’m in a good place’. Nothing can be more rewarding than that! With this sensation ever present, I particularly love to explore the finer details, the colours and textures, of a subject. I aim to capture an image which possesses the qualities that combine personal presence and open narrative.

The following are links to various websites of individuals who have been, and continue to be, very supportive of me and my photography:

Mumford Connect Web Design – Aylesford, NS: Rob Place continues to be a very patient web designer with amazing ‘user friendly’ instructions allowing me to manage my own account once he has uploaded the gallery’s websight ‘live’.