Jonathan Sau is a fine art photographer. Capturing the beauty of nature through landscape and floral photography is a big part of Jonathan’s work. He also explores other genres like abstracts, still life, and travel. Through the judicious use of perspective, isolation and colour, Jonathan creates powerful images, either depicting reality in its simplest and most pleasing way, or as abstracts of light and form.
Jonathan is a member of the Canadian Association of Photographic Art (CAPA), and the Grand River Imaging and Photographic Society in Waterloo, Ontario. He was a former member of the North Shore Photographic Society in West Vancouver, British Columbia.
Jonathan’s work has won awards at CAPA competitions, and has been accepted for exhibition at international salon, and local photographic art events and juried art shows.
Jonathan lives in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada with his wife Adrienne Zoe and their two sons. Adrienne is also an accomplished fine art photographer. You can learn more about her work at http://adriennezoephotography.com.
- “Tiffany Creek” and “Moonrise into the Autumn Sky“, accepted for exhibition, Open Juried Wildlife, Nature & Indigenous Art Show 2017, Beaux-Arts Brampton Gallery
- “Voice of the Violin” and “Blue in the City“, accepted for exhibition, Open Juried Photography Show 2017, Beaux-Arts Brampton Gallery / Scotiabank Contact Festival of Photography.
- “Moonrise into the Autumn Sky“, accepted for exhibition, 3rd Flash Waterloo Region Contemporary Photographic Art event, January 2017.
- “Apple Tree in Winter“, accepted at the 123rd Toronto International Salon of Photography, November 2016.
- “Apple Tree in Winter“, honourable mention, 2016 CAPA Annual Digital Competition, October 2016.
- “Chocolate Lilies #1“, Special Botany Award, CAPA Nature Competition.