Jodi Chapnik

Jodi Chapnik is a fine art photographer constantly watching, analyzing, and absorbing what is happening around her in order to consciously create majestic masterpieces. To get inspired, she enjoys traveling the world and finding unique subjects and moments to capture for eternity.

For over 25 years, Jodi has been using her keen eye for detail to create awe-inspiring art. Her ever evolving photography collection of landscapes, unique portraits and close-up object imagery invites people to explore the infinite stories behind her work. Whether she is creating a scene with compelling props, photographing a single object, or using her impeccable timing to catch that perfectly fleeting moment, she thrives on sharing her observations and interpretations of the world around us.

In addition to creating exquisite fine art photography, Jodi loves to give back through philanthropy and education. She teaches photography workshops and is a volunteer, donor and committee member at MYTORONTO / Ve’ahavta. Through her “Art that Gives” initiative and other fundraising efforts, she generously donates proceeds from sales of her work to charities that help people in need

and endangered species in the wild.

Available in limited editions, Jodi’s photographs have been shown at various galleries and venues across Canada and her works are held in private and corporate collections in North America.


My work explores people, places and things that delve deeply into the character of the subject. I am constantly fuelled by the creative process and am passionate about developing simple concepts into interesting stories. Working closely with both animate and inanimate subjects, my art connects me with nature, humankind, and various objects of inspiration.

The act of taking photos allows me to explore themes of past and present, memory, disappearance and loss, and leads to reflection on how we see and interpret beauty. My images represent life experiences, influenced by memories and dreams and how they can often create confusing but interesting connections along with a sense of relevance achieved through visual permanence.

My highest joy of expression comes from capturing the essence of a subject and incorporating an unexpected element of surprise that immediately captures the viewer's imagination.