John Jacquemain graduated from the University of Toronto with a degree in Sociology and a Masters of Education in Adult Education. Following numerous photography workshops including The Maine Workshops (Costa Manos, Alison Shaw), Santa Fe Workshops (Chris Rainier), and with Canadian photographers Freeman Patterson, Courtney Milne, and Budd Watson, he completed a Certificate in Still Photography at Ryerson University.
John's photographs including Fine Art Composites, Environmental Portraiture, Social Documentary, Black and White and Infrared Landscapes are found in private collections in Canada and abroad. As a full time professor, John has taught photography at both Canadore College in North Bay Ontario and in the Digital Imaging Program at Georgian College in Barrie Ontario.
Over the years he has participated in solo and group exhibitions at Georgian College, University of Toronto, Coldwater Gallery, MacLaren Art Centre, Mad and Noisy Gallery, Quest Gallery, and Orillia Museum of Art and History. His book tiltles include "Simcoe County Churches - A Photographic Tour", "Dominican Diary", "Dominican Revisited", and "Losing Face...and Other Magical Moments".