Alireza Bibak is a Toronto based photographer specializing in Architecture, Interiors, Commercial Spaces, as well as Fine Art Photography and graphic design.
He was born in 1975 in Tehran and received his BAA in Photography from the University of Art and Architecture of Tehran in 1992.
His talented, artistic works were noticed and he was considered highly sought after as an Architectural Photographer in Iran who had a wide range of the clientele.
He arrived in Canada in 2015 and a year later founded AB studio in Toronto. Shortly after his work was noticed by many in the building industry as well as many designers in Toronto. Currently he works as a freelance commercial photographer specializing in the areas of food and architecture.
When shooting, Alireza strives to show the soul of his architectural subject matter whether photographing a small home or a high rise overlooking the ocean.
By glancing at Alireza’s work you will notice that every single image is meticulously crafted with expert attention to each detail. His unique style of shooting an object is his expertly combined use of natural and artificial lights both in indoor and outdoor – one of his trademarks for bringing his work to life.
In the field of Graphic Design, he designs and produces unique and
special handmade books for architects and designers.
When Alireza was living in Iran he travelled with his pickup truck for 5 years to many cities, national parks, deserts, and mountains in that country which resulted in the production one of the remarkable archives of photos of landscapes and wildlife of Iran.
In 2016 he was invited to photograph the first Norouz Celebration in Parliament Hill in Ottawa. He documented this momentous event by creating a limited number of special books of photography which he proudly kept one for himself which has the signature of the guest of honour on that gathering, The Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
“If I say that I love photography it would be an understatement” Alireza claims. “Not only I love it, but I also live and breathe it every time I hold my camera”.