I'm not in the habit of referring to myself in the third person, but this is excerpted from the dust jacket of A Canadian Journey.
“Through his camera’s eye, Daniel Wiener has captured the tempestuous wind and the morning’s stillness, the right-of-ways and our rites of passage, youthful bravado, strength of character, and the toughness of spirit that comes with age; in short, images that show us who we are.”
I have photographed books, annual reports, brochures, magazine portfolios and special projects for blue-chip corporations including Teck Resources, Echo Bay Mines, Toronto-Dominion Bank, Air Canada and Canadian Pacific Ltd. I also photograph a Canadian-themed calendar for Wallace & Carey Ltd. of Calgary. Through The Art for Healing Foundation, prints of my photographs are on display in many institutions including The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health in Toronto, Jewish General Hospital in Montreal, and The Donald Berman Maimonides Geriatric Centre in Côte Saint-Luc, QC, where there is a permanent gallery dedicated to my images of Canada.