Hansel Alonzo, raised in Pickering, a small suburb outside of Toronto, is a visual artist who specializes and is most known for his black and white photography. His unorthodox style, influenced by his film background, and artists; Helmut Newton, Richard Avedon, and more recently, Nabil Elderkin, demands that his models convey emotion and movement although his range as a visual artist allows him to capture hauntingly still, motionless, photographs. In 2012, Hansel attended and graduated from the Remix Project's Art of Photography program. In 2014, he became an integral member of the IXXI Initiative, an art house comprised of a handful of talented individuals, all of which govern each fundamental detail of production, design, filmmaking and photography.
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