Dominic Rouse

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Dominic Rouse (born 1959) is a digital photographer from England. His approach to photography consists of creating digital monochrome compositions on the human form.

Career[edit]

At the age of 16 Rouse worked as a press photographer for local and national newspapers[which?]. In 1982 he returned to college[where?] to study advertising and commercial photography. He developed an interest in multiple exposure techniques using large format cameras. In 1986, after spending a brief time working with commercial agencies[which?], he opened his own studio.

He was jailed in 2003 in Norwich for downloading, possessing and buying pornographic images of children.[1]


Exhibitions[edit]

  • 2004 FotoFest in Houston
  • 2004 Honolulu Academy
  • 2003 Carmel Center for Photographic Art
  • 2002 XII Encuentros Abiertos de Fotografia in Buenos Aires
  • 2002 Benham Gallery in Seattle
  • 2002 Schneider Gallery in Chicago

Awards[edit]

  • 2006 Ultimate Eye Foundation grant
  • 2005 First prize in The Photo Review's Annual Competition
  • 2005 Gold Award by America's Black and White magazine for 'The cunning of unreason'
  • 2005 Winner of Artrom Gallery's International Digital competition in Rome
  • 2005 Winner of Los Angeles Center for Digital Art's International juried competition.
  • 2003 Won the 'Special Photographer' category in the first International Photography Awards (Photography's Oscars) held at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles
  • 2002 Ultimate Eye Foundation grant
  • 2000 Recognition at the International Digital Exhibition Awards (London)
  • 1999 Recognition at the International Digital Exhibition Awards (London)

Publications[edit]

  • Photo Art International
  • Digital Photo Art
  • Creative Photography
  • The Photographer
  • Image, Lenswork (USA)
  • The British Journal of Photography
  • Black and White Magazine (USA)
  • FotoRomania and Art Review
  • A Celebration of Light

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sex offender's work axed from show, Norwich Evening News 24 website, 22 Aug 2005. Retrieved 22 Apr 2008.

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