Jackson Couse

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About

Jackson Couse is an artist, journalist, and educator from Ottawa, Canada.

He is the editor of the Photo & Video section at Tuts+ and a mentor at Tuts+ Experts. He has taught photography, videography, photojournalism, and photo editing at the International Center of Photography (New York) and the School for the Photographic Arts: Ottawa.

Couse has a Certificate in Documentary Photography and Photojournalism from The International Center of Photography and a Diploma in Photography from Algonquin College (Ottawa).

His work has featured in Capricious, Blackflash, Ciel Variable, and Canadian Art magazines. He has exhibited at CENTER, the International Center of Photography, Galerie SAW Gallery, and DAIMON. He is published by The New York Times, Montreal Gazette, FASHION, Food and Wine, Tasting Table, PBS NewsHour, CBC Radio, and Radio-Canada.

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Curriculum Vitae

Selected Exhibitions

Year Exhibition
2015 Cultural Engineering, SAW Video. Ottawa, Canada.
2013 Sociological Walk, Jane's Walk festival. Ottawa, Canada.
2012 Open Viewing, Review Santa Fe, CENTER. Santa Fe, NM. (catalog)
2011 Capture and Release, International Center of Photography. New York, NY. (catalog)
2011 Promenades Photographique, Prix Mark Grosset, Paris, France.
2010 Relocation, Le Centre de Production DAÏMÕN. Gatineau, Canada. (solo)
2010 Bodies in Trouble, Galerie SAW Gallery. Ottawa, Canada. (catalog)
2010 Heart + Soul, Patrick Gordon gallery. Ottawa, Canada. (catalog)
2010 Chinatown, Jane's Walk festival. Ottawa, Canada.
2009 Humanitarianism through Art, La Petite Mort Gallery, Ottawa, Canada.
2008 Enriched Bread Artists, Enriched Bread Studios, Ottawa, Canada.
2008 HERE, Carleton University Art Gallery, Ottawa, Canada.

Selected Publications

Year Publication
2013 Masculine, Capricious Magazine, Issue No. 14, New York, NY.
2012 The Class of 9/11, for the DART Society, broadcast by PBS Television.
2007 The World from My Front Porch, for Larry Towell, published by Chris Boot.

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