Images from John Lehmann's portfolio submitted to Canadian Association of Journalists that awarded
May 29, 2016
The resource-rich Asian country’s economy has stalled as foreign investment has dipped, but hopes to change course
May 08, 2016
Jan 01, 2016
In this series of year-end galleries our photo editors select their favourite images from 2015.
Dec 22, 2015
Competitors conquered the waves this weekend in the Queen of the Peak Surfing competition off Cox Beach in Tofino
Oct 05, 2015
The harsh environment polar bears evolved to master is melting under their massive feet, forcing the planet’s largest land-based predators to forage far inland where they have difficulty finding prey
Aug 28, 2015
This British Columbia Day weekend, Globe and Mail photographer John Lehmann and Western arts
Jul 31, 2015
After years of legal wrangling, the Artificial Reef Society of British Columbia successfully sank the former HMCS Annapolis in the waters of Halkett Bay Marine Provincial Park off Gambier Island northwest of Vancouver
Apr 05, 2015
Ghost towns of the West are overgrown by wheat fields or forests and buried by dust storms – and that, historians say, is a tragedy.
Feb 27, 2015
Some days you want to pinch yourself, other days you wonder why? It's that kind of a profession.
As a photographer I've recorded history, influenced public opinion and been an eyewitness to life and death. Working as a photojournalist is a privilege that comes with a great responsibility, to be accurate and honest to both the people you are reporting on and those you are reporting to.
I've never been so moved or saddened as when I covered the Asian Tsunami. I watched and photographed as families and friends dug through rubble looking for the dead. The wounded were often buried on the beaches not more then ten feet from the waters that once engulfed them.
I've been fortunate to work both here at home and at daily newspapers in Hong Kong and Thailand. I'm now The Globe and Mail's West Coast staff photographer based in Vancouver.