Kent Waddington is a freelance writer and photographer from Eastern Ontario (Canada) who, for the last twenty-five years, has been chronicling family, friends and travels through the camera lens. Since 1998, he has been specializing in creative portraiture, having worked with models in the United States, Canada, and Europe.

His images are held in numerous private collections, he has exhibited throughout the Ottawa Valley and has had work appear in national magazines, journals, newspapers and on numerous web sites including Collette Vacations, Air Canada’s Enroute magazine, Subtance Magazine (UK), the Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships, the Canadian College of Health Service Executives and the National Environmental Treasure* ( where he is a founding Board member.

Kent continues to work on a variety of projects including urban decay, our rusting automotive heritage and male public shaving images such as in front of Paris’s Notre Dame Cathedral and London’s Tower Bridge. He is currently looking for new and interesting models to work on projects.

If you have a specific creative photo project in mind, or want to schedule a photo shoot, feel free to contact him at

* The NET is a people’s trust devoted to the exclusive funding of Canadian environmental organizations.