An innate passion for travel has taken Alph to 54 countries around the globe enabling him to explore the diverse cultures and geographies of our world. As photographer and artist Alph seeks to create iconic and impactful images that elicit an emotional response within the viewer. Master of Photography, Creative Director, Experience Designer… Alph Leydon has dedicated his professional career to the visual arts. He is an active member of the Professional Photographers of America (PPA) and Canada (PPOC) and his images are regularly awarded in international competitions and at home in Canada.
“It’s an enormous honor and a privilege to have been chosen from so many talented image-makers and artists to represent Team Canada in this international competition. From a business perspective it’s validated the quality of my work and elevated it’s intrinsic value for both corporate and private clients. Along the way I’ve met some amazingly creative and talented people, made many new friends and had a lot of laughs. Go Team Canada!”
TITANIC Museum – A Temple of Remembrance, is an image of the internationally acclaimed TITANIC Museum, which was built to commemorate this maritime tragedy. It sits adjacent to the dry dock in which the RMS Titanic and her sister ship the RMS Olympic were built, in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The building is an enormous and magnificent structure. My hope was to present its power and elegance in a visually unique way whilst also alluding to and paying homage to its purpose.
Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is the largest in the United Arab Emirates and one of the most magnificent mosques in the world. I was in awe of its scale and grandeur. While shooting the exterior I found it overwhelming in its enormity. I was looking for something more intimate that would contain, yet communicate, the essence and scale of this place of worship. As I encountered the arches framing the view of the minaret towers and domes, I knew I had my shot. The challenge was capturing the full 30-foot height of the arch in this confined interior space; no tripods permitted.