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Juraj Dolanjski was born in rural Croatia, surrounded by rolling hills of vineyards and oak forests. This was the perfect location to experience the freedom and beauty of nature and ultimately shape his creative spirit and inquisitive mind from a young age.


Completing his education in Electronics, he immigrated to Canada for seeking economic opportunity. He spent his career at McMaster University and Environment Canada inventing, developing, creating and building many sophisticated electronic apparatuses that were used in environmental research. Many of them are still in use on the ships of Coast Guard Canada to monitor the health of the Great Lakes.


In 1975 he bought his first camera. It soon became a creative tool to capture images of travel, nature and of the abstract world. He continues this lifelong passion of creativity, never really resting and always searching for new ways of “seeing”.  


This resulted in numerous photographic journeys, exhibitions and projects. Juraj is an expert in all technical and artistic aspects of photography, audio-visual art and related software. He has developed many educational presentations and seminars which are in high demand. All of them are down-to-earth, easily understood and richly illustrated with his visual and artistic samples. His sense of composition is next to none.


Juraj has been at the forefront of the digital revolution, introducing it to the Club. He is currently at the level of Master Photographer, with 11 Star rating and a Life member of The Hamilton Camera Club, Ontario, Canada. He is also a well-respected photographic judge.





Dundurn Castle - Hamilton, Ontario


JW Bush Gallery - Hamilton, Ontario


Digital Pioneers - St. Paul United Church, Dundas


Reading the Waters - a month long exhibit, Burlington Art Gallery


Environment  Canada - Yearly art exhibit and auction





Conducts 5-8  yearly Photographic seminars and workshops throughout Southern Ontario, Canada and Northern USA