About Rob Fillion
I studied photography in the early 1970s. I worked as a photographer for the National Museums of Canada and as Chief Photographer at the National Gallery. My photography is influenced by the work of composers and writers as much as by painters and photographers. I photograph things not only for what they are but for the ways in which I respond to them.
Equally at home in the wilderness of Canada’s far north as in the streets of Venice, my art describes the world to others more as interpretive dance than as documentary.
My work is represented in private, public and corporate collections.