The Fine Art of Photography


In response to a letter submission to The Hamilton Spectator suggesting that photography has no relevance to the arts, one writer responded: That must be quite a revelation to the members of all the local camera clubs and artists. Still and video cameras are not only a highly specialized art form requiring specific skills, but also […]

Tom Bochsler Interview on CHCH Morning Live


Historically Significant Photographic Donation to the Hamilton Public Library BP imaging founder and professional photographer Tom Bochsler made an appearance on CHCH Morning Live to talk about his photographic contributions to the Hamilton Public Library and show viewers some of his photography. The donation collection of 500,000 negatives comes from his 50+ years as an industrial photographer, some […]

Media Release – Generous and Culturally-Significant Donation to Hamilton Public Library From Photographer Mr. Tom Bochsler


Note to Assignment Editors & Photographers: Special Event in honour of Mr. Tom Bochsler to take place in September. HAMILTON, ON – June 17, 2014 Tom Bochsler, a well-known industrial photographer, has donated one of the largest Canadian collections of images from an individual photographer to the Hamilton Public Library—a total of 500,000 negatives and […]

Remember to Remember


This title is related to a message that is often taken for granted. Tom’s presentation is timely because of Remembrance Day. It is also a personal way of showing recognition and thanks to all military and service personal that make Canada the best place to live. It is a moving message with images made on […]

Now Offered At The Hamilton Spectator SpecStore


The Art of Industry is now offered on The Hamilton Spectator SpecStore “Award-winning photographic icon Tom Bochsler presents a selection of stunning historical images ranging over 50 years as a top commercial and industrial photographer. With great skill and empathy for his subjects, Tom crafts dramatic images of turbines and transformers, giving scale to workers […]

Tom Bochsler In November/December Probus Club of Burlington Newsletter


You may have heard that attendance is increasing every year at many Remembrance Day ceremonies at cenotaphs and cemeteries. One of the reasons this is happening is because of people like Tom Bochsler. Tom is using some of the skills acquired over his 65 + years as arguably the areas best photographer, to bring us […]

Tom Bochsler’s Photography Used In The Traffic Safety and Police Services Series For Russell T. Kelley (Founder of JAN Kelley)


I photographed the Traffic Safety and Police Services Series for Russell T. Kelley in 1960. The ads and booklets were used to promote cycling safety, community/police awareness, school crossings, school bus safety, personal safety, the introduction of the slow moving vehicle sign and more. I chose many of the locations, amateur models and even borrowed a school bus […]

“The Art of Industry”


November 20, 2013 Time: 7:30pm Location: Oakville Historical Society – Meet at St John’s United Church at Dunn and Randall. Enter by the Randall St. entrance. Photographer/author of the book, Mr. Tom Bochsler and Bob Chambers (former Senior press photographer of the Hamilton Spectator). Highlighting the press, celebrities, politicians, steel, forest, nuclear, mining and much more […]

Tom Bochsler & The Art of Industry Featured at 2013 PHSC Fall Trade Fair and Exhibit


October 27th, 2013 Photographic Historical Society of Canada, Fall Photo Fair Time: 10:00am-3:00pm Location: Soccer Centre 7601 Martin Grove Road, Toronto (Woodbridge), Ontario Admission: $7 Photographer and author Tom Bochsler is being featured by The Photographic Historical Society of Canada at its annual Fall Trade Fair and Exhibit. Tom will have an exhibit of 40-50 images on […]

Upcoming Presentation By Tom Bochsler and Bob Chambers: 119 Years of Professional Photography


October 15, 2013 Time: 6:30pm Location: The Art Gallery of Hamilton, Fischer Gallery Hosted by the Women’s Art Association of Hamilton

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