Eric Deis

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Eric Deis (born Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia, October, 1979) is a Canadian photographer best known for his large-scale idiosyncratic photographs. In particular, his work addresses the "narrative potential of an all-encompassing picture plane".[1]

Eric Deis received his MFA from the University of California, San Diego in 2004.[2] Deis is currently lives and works in Vancouver, B.C..

In 2006 his photographs of sunset over Burrard Bridge were exhibited at Vancouver's Western Front gallery.[3]

During the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Deis unveiled a 43' x 32' photograph, "Last Chance", on the side of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation building in downtown Vancouver.[4]

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