my artist statement
My photography is intended to capture emotion and decay. I travel far to capture abandon and ephemera. This includes landscapes, water-scapes, and a wide assortment of found objects. More for a recorded document than an artistic journey, I scour my back roads exploring forgotten, discarded and disappearing landscapes.
I also strive to capture candid moments of emotion. To preserve fleeting joy.
my kudos
My work on PictureCorrect
My work featured on spacing.ca 
My appearance on Boston.com's the Big Picture
My interview on Architectural Photography
An article on my work, the Toronto Star
My appearance on Toronto Life
On Huffington Post
On Buzzfeed
Gadling
The BBC
my exhibits
Ryerson Chang Photography Exhibition, 2017 & 2018
The Chang School Photography Exhibition, organized by instructor Jill Glessing, gives our creative photography and image arts students an opportunity to display their strongest work in a juried show. Each year, leading professionals from the photography community select several works for their particular merit. The winning artists receive valuable awards that include gifts from photography-supply outlets and arts organizations.


BUILDING STOREYS
A visual documentation exhibiting Toronto’s cherished and endangered heritage buildings and sites.

Building Storeys 2009
Building Storeys 2010
Building Storeys 2012


ELSEWHEN
CONTACT Photography Festival
The Charlotte Room
19 Charlotte St.
Toronto, ON, Canada


FOUND OBJECTS | LOST LANDSCAPES
November 2008
Whitby Public Library
Whitby ON
Canada

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