Ted Grant has made a career out of being in the right place at the right time while catching some of the world’s most famous and elusive subjects in moments of unaffected humanity. His photographs have been featured in several countries, and he has been a teacher and mentor to countless students through his lectures at Leica International Seminars, Yale Medical School, and Carleton University.
Although he is best known for his candid shots of such luminaries as Ronald Reagan, Jackie Kennedy, Margaret Thatcher, David Ben-Gurion, Pierre Trudeau, and Patrice Lumumba, Grant’s portfolio covers several Olympic Games, numerous assignments for the National Film Board of Canada, and the documentation of medical professionals in the midst of life-saving surgeries. His lifework of over 300,000 photographs is now housed at Canada’s National Gallery in the Ted Grant Special Collections.
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