No stranger to Vistek’s in-store galleries, Ottawa photographer Lois Siegel’s latest star studded exhibit will be on display at Vistek Ottawa from July 18th – September 3rd.
As a citizen of Ottawa – a city she has fallen in love with since her arrival in 1997 – Lois is involved in multiple activities. Siegel was named one of the Capital City’s Top 50: People who are shaping the future of the National Capital, by Ottawa Life Magazine.
With a career spanning 35 years, Lois Siegel is one multi-faceted individual. A photographer, filmmaker, writer, teacher and agent, if she likes something or finds something interesting, she’s on it. For example, she picked up the fiddle and started playing in a Celtic band, because, well, just because the idea intrigued her.
Her local resume includes photographer/writer for the Glebe Report and the Centretown Buzz, as well as photographer for the Ottawa Citizen and Ottawa Business Journal. And to round out her local gigs, Siegel teaches Video Production at the University of Ottawa.
As for Lois Siegel photographer/filmmaker, she has achieved national/international recognition and her work has received multiple awards. Lois is notable for being chosen as one of nine photographers to shoot The Rolling Stones 2005 Bigger Band Tour when it arrived in Ottawa. Lois’ other major accomplishment was working as a filmmaker/photographer for Cinema Canada, where she encountered world-famous celebrities at the Montreal World Film Festival, taking photos of the visiting actors, producers and directors.