Leib Kopman’s cinematic realizations appear in documentary, fashion, music and fine art photography. Utilizing both traditional film based processes and the new digital mediums.

His exhibition and design work is featured internationally, including Toronto’s Royal Ontario Museum. Kopman uses contemporary art to examine present-day realities and historical events. His portraits and film-based exhibitions consider the resilience of the human spirit. Kopman’s goal is to inform and promote unity in a very diverse, complex world. 

Commissioned work includes key pieces for News Wire, Corus Entertainment and The Munk School of Global Affairs. Kopman has documented and archived musical masters such as Neil Young, Peter Gabriel and Leonard Cohen. His print work can be found in public and private collections.

His recent exhibit at The Royal Conservatory of Music’s Koerner Hall pays homage to the 50th anniversary of Lamborghini. This show featured a limited edition art book and a series of 24 1/1 original chromogenic b/w prints. 

Leib Kopman’s work has been exhibited throughout the United States and Canada, and is featured in  permanent gallery installations.