Wandering Fall/Winter 2022
TPW Photorama 2022 A five stanza poem for the city. Stored safely inside a solander box are five 13.3″ x 20″ photographs. Each printed on
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Object Permanence around the corner behind a polein a pile of leavesamong some busheswithin a crowdunder the carburied in blanketsafter nightfalldown a wellin another citybelow
Wandering Summer 2022 I carry my camera everywhere I go. I hope someday they make an ultralight version that I can trade my behemoth in
Book Villa Every weekend when I was young, my brother and I took a bus to visit my grandmother. We did the trip together for
Unnatural This vacant lot is one of my favourite natural places in the city. You can see how it looked fifteen years ago on Google Maps Streetview.
Instagram I wrote this four days ago. June 9th. I take my camera everywhere I go, every morning. During the last few weeks, I’ve taken
Wandering Winter 2022 The following are favourites from an ongoing series called Wandering. This particular batch is from the first four months of 2022. I walk
Tunnelling I’ve spent a lot of time in and on the subway. These are outtakes from various shows that featured New York, Toronto and Montreal
Lillian Massey Building I’ve been obsessed with this place for the better part of fifteen years. This structure was originally built between 1908-1912, as the
Repetition Repetition, or more specifically, revisiting, is a big part of how I process the world. Most of the things I photograph are a result
Most of my winter walking was to the lake. The 13km return journey, kept me active, and gave me time to think. I was constantly
Vacancy I showed images from this ongoing series back in 2008 in the members space of Gallery 44, Toronto. At that time, I called the
Leaning / Laying I’m drawn to things left leaning or piled. Often this is on construction sites, but I’ve found things inside vacant building or
This Line The first large images I ever printed were of water and sky. The horizon. That was about twenty years ago. I’ve been shooting
The Black and Whiteness My work is in colour. That’s how I think and how the world looks to me, so that’s what I shoot.
Lake Effect COVID has left an indelible mark on everyone’s life. We’ve been fortunate. My partner and I have stayed healthy and we’ve been able
I’ve always wanted to make poetry without words. So I’ve begun to learn about writing in the hope that it rubs off in my life.
Six years ago a large 5TB RAID backup drive died. I mounted a costly “recovery” project and amidst the work that was rescued—in addition to
Wandering is a continuing meditation on urbanity. I walk the city. It’s my preferred way to get around. I find other transportation too quick and
Shrouded has been formulating for a long time. Most of the process has been endless thinking. I’m good at the long think. I enjoy it.