Bill Grimshaw has been a career photojournalist since 1975. He joined
The Canadian Press as a staff photographer in Ottawa in 1977. He was
named Photojournalist of the Year by the ONPA in 1980.
His career includes 13 years as Photo Editor and Chief Photographer
at the Montreal Bureau of The Canadian Press.
He travelled extensively domestically and abroad during this period,
shooting pictures at sports and political events, including Olympic
Games, Economic Summits, two Royal Weddings, foreign trips with Prime
Minister Pierre Trudeau, various Canada Cups, World Championships,
NHL Hockey Finals, and numerous election campaigns.
He is currently an Ottawa-based freelance photographer specializing
in newspaper, and magazine editorial shoots and photography for corporate
clients. Bill enjoys photographing weddings in his relaxed journalistic
style which is popular with clients looking for Creativity and not
Grimshaw specializes in photographing people. He excels at producing
casual and flattering pictures in stressful and complicated situations.