From Toronto, and based in Mexico City, Brett Gundlock is a photographer. His editorial clients include: The New York Times, Der Spiegel, The Washington Post, Report on Business Magazine, Telegraph, VICE, Bloomberg Business Week, Maisonneuve, and The Wall Street Journal.

After three years as a staff photographer at Canada’s National Post, Gundlock set out on his own and now divides his time between assignment work and personal photographic interests. Brett’s personal work brought him to Mexico in 2012 and he has been working there since. Current projects include creating his first book from his current project ‘Flowers for Zapata’. Contrasting current social conflicts in Mexico with the history of Emiliano Zapata, Brett is exploring man’s lust for control.


  • 2017

    • Pictures of the Year International, Award of Excellence, Impact 2017 - Natural Disaster

  • 2016

    • Ontario Arts Council Visual Artists grant, Winner

  • 2014

    • Latin American Fotografia, 3 - AI - AP

    • National Magazine Award, Canada, Gold, Photojournalism

    • Toronto Arts Council, Visual Artist Grant

    • Flash Forward Tenth, Featured Artist

  • 2013

    • Lucie Foundation Scholarship, Shortlist

    • Toronto Harbourfront Centre,Commission

    • Magenta Flash Forward Emerging Photographer, Winner

    • National Magazine Awards, Canada, Nominee, Photojournalism

  • 2012

    • Magenta Flash Forward Emerging Photographer Award, Winner

  • 2011

    • Magenta Flash Forward Emerging Photographer Award, Winner

    • Photolucida Critical Mass, Finalist

    • Ontario Arts Council, Exhibition Assistance Grant

    • Photographers' Association of Canada, 2nd Place, Photo News Story

  • 2010

    • Applied Arts Photography & Illustration Awards, Photojournalism Category Winner

  • 2009

    • Society for News Design Portfolio/Multiple Photos, Award of Excellence

    • SunMedia Dunlop Award, 1st Place Multimedia Feature

  • 2008

    • News Photographers Association of Canada, 3rd Place, Multimedia Category