Born in Lebanon, Nadine Track is a Montreal based photographer who graduated with a Master’s degree in Audiovisual Studies from the Université Saint Joseph of Beirut. While volunteering for the Red Cross during the Lebanese civil war, Track discovered her drive for photography in which she used it as means to overcome the trauma of the war. After moving to Montreal, she attended the College Marsan to study photography. Track is renowned for her road trip themed artworks and her series on the Cree community of the First Nations people of Canada, both uniquely avant-garde works.
2015 Hotel Nelligan, Montreal, Canada
2014 Limited Edition of Cree Tribe Portraits on Metal with Special Lighting Effects, Montreal, Canada