Credit: Artist


film, new media, photography, vr

Artistic Community:

Rigolet, NL



Eldred Allen is a photographer from Rigolet, Nunatsiavut, NL, who rigorously maps the world around him using a combination of hand-held 360° photosphere cameras, drones, and 3D modelling. He has garnered attention for his expansive and stunningly lit scenes of landscape and wildlife in his community, whose composition and colouring elevate their everyday subject matter to the extraordinary. Allen’s photos are in demand by advertisers, archeologists, and government officials. Allen's work was featured in the September 2019 online exhibition "Looking Down From Up" from Gallery 44 in collaboration with the Inuit Art Quartery, followed by his inclusion in "Nunatsiavut: Our Beautiful Land" which opened at La Guilde in Montreal, QC, in October 2019 and "INUA", the inaugural exhibition for qamaujuq at the Winnipeg Art Gallery in 2021.View Long Biography and Citations


View All Publications and Details
Title Year Author
A bird's-eye view on Labrador climate change, as drones inform on ice April 7, 2021 CBC News
INUA Catalogue 2021
5 Virtual Exhibitions to Visit March 25, 2020 Jessica MacDonald


View All Exhibitions and Details
Name Year Gallery
INUA March 2021-March 2022 Qaumajuq-Winnipeg Art Gallery
Bonnavista Biennale May - September 2021 Quinton PRemises
Nunatsiavut: Our Beautiful Land October 3rd to November 24th, 2019 La Guilde


View All Achievements and Details
Achievement Year Organization
Kenojuak Ashevak Memorial Award Shortlist July 27, 2021 IAF
Winner in Labrador Wildlife Category: Labrador Wilderness Photography Contest May 2021 CPAWS


View Filmography and Details
Title Release Date Role
Rigolet receives annual ferry, MV North Ranger 2016 Director
Sunset View in Rigolet Harbour 2016 Director
The Fog is Rollin' In 2016 Director