Maurice Henri is an internationally known photographer and has been creating portrait, stock, advertising, commercial and industrial photography professionally since 1988.
He has initiated and participated in many photographic projects, as host & producer of a television series FOTO that aired nationally and received many nominations for excellence in education and arts. He is the founder and director of Cameras for Healing (Africa, Colombia, Haiti and Canada) and he is the founder and director of Photo Moncton International Photography Festival and Co-Founder of FOTOgrafia Dosquebrados Photography Festival in Colombia, South America.
His work has been featured nationally and internationally in magazines, books and during interviews. In 2005, he founded ArtQuest Photo Workshops where it organizes various workshops, especially in the Atlantic provinces and in Canada, the United States, Africa, Peru, Holland, Alaska, Colombia and many other locations.
Since 1992, his works have been seen in several solo and group exhibitions, in various cultural centres and art galleries. His works are part of a permanent collection to the African American Museum and Center for Education and Applied Arts in New York.
He is also the recipient of The Order of Moncton, the Rotary International’s Paul Harris Fellowship Award and the YMCA’s International Peace Medallion, in recognition of his efforts.