George Hunter was a Canadian documentary photographer who spent seven decades capturing industrial and landscape scenes on film. Some of his main stylistic features was the use of aerial photography, since he was also a pilot. Likely his most high-profile work appeared in TIME magazine in the mid 1950’s. Three of his images have graced Canadian five, ten and fifty dollar bills. He was one of the first photographers to be accepted into the Royal Canadian Academy of the Arts and is a founding member of the Canadian Heritage Photography Foundation.