Heike Reuse is a Canadian-based landscape and wildlife photographer, with a curiosity for urban exploration. After receiving a BFA in photography at OCAD University, Heike has held the position of the first ever photographer in residence, with Parks Canada at Rouge National Urban Park. As an artist, Heike is fascinated by wildlife and the idea of nature as an unstoppable force. She predominantly shoots landscapes, many echoing a theme of industrial abandonment or exploration and rediscovery of forgotten spaces. For Heike photography is not solely about the image, but also the thrill of adventure and exploration of the natural world. 



Timeraiser150, Toronto, Canada (Spring 2017)

Reclaiming the City (Solo Exhibition), Toronto, Canada  (Fall 2016)

OCADU's Gradex, Toronto, Canada  (Spring 2016)

Elastic Effect Exhibition, Toronto, Canada  (Fall 2015)


Press Interviews/Publications:

Park People, "Why Artists-in-Residence Makes Sense for Parks", online, August 24 2016
Link: https://parkpeople.ca/archives/2704

CBC News, "Metro Morning Hits Airways from Toronto's Beautiful Rouge Park", online, July 15 2016
Link: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/programs/metromorning/metro-morning-rouge-park-1.3680328

Metro Morning, Morning Show with Matt Galloway, radio, Friday July 15 2016

Metro News, "OCADU Grad Lands Dream Job Photographing Rouge Park", by Steven Goetz, print, June 27 2016
Link: http://www.metronews.ca/news/toronto/2016/06/27/ocadu-photographer-documents-rouge-park-.html

Toronto Star, "A Shellebration at Rouge Park", by Ebyan Abdigir, print, Wednesday June 22 2016

Metro News, "Watch: Baby Turtles Released Into Rouge Park in Toronto", by Luke Simcoe, online, Tuesday June 21 2016

CBC News, " Baby Blanding's Turtles, a Threatened Species, Released into Rouge National Urban Park", by Rahmna Shahzad, online, Tuesday June 21 2016
Link: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/baby-turtles-rouge-park-1.3645688