Accomplished photographer, Normand Blouin is a true leader in his domain. Having been awarded first place by Applied Arts Magazine, and recognized as a finalist at the World Press Photo are testaments to how his peers position him to stand out.
He has seen and photographed nations of which most only dream; from Egypt, Armenia, Lebanon, Israel, Afghanistan, to name a few... Back in the Americas, he captured the human conditions in Cuba; then working with New York agencies, he was among the few photographers at the White House, in Washington DC.
His portfolio includes important political and religious figures such as President Barak Obama, Pope John-Paul II, Fidel Castro, and even Commander Ahmad Shah Massoud. It also presents world events of great magnitude, like the tragic earthquake in Haiti; his work was thereafter showcased in an art exhibition alongside renowned artist, Emmanuel Galland. He also exhibited in the United Nations, to the red cross in Geneva, and in Africa, among other