Photo with 39 notes
First On, 2011
An image from my work-in-progress called Waterbound which deals with ferry travel on Canada’s west coast. The rest of the pictures are here
Photo with 26 notes
O Canada! This afternoon, my wife and I were sworn in as new Canadian citizens. And we weren’t alone - there were 91 other people from 29 different countries. We proudly took the oath, sang the song, shook the judge’s hand and went to lunch with a bunch of our friends. All in all, a very memorable day.
Photo with 14 notes
Campbell River BC, 2014
Recently, some of my work was accepted into a fairly high-profile group show and I needed a new bio for the exhibition catalogue. So naturally, I called on my novelist wife (Joëlle Anthony) to write it for me. One of the cool phrases she came up with had to do with me spending most of my adult life wandering around the world with a Leica slung over my shoulder “in search of the exceptionally ordinary”. This snap from a recent trip to Vancouver Island illustrates that sentence very well.
Photo with 29 notes
From a one-day project where people were asked to bring their favourite piece of art for a collaborative photograph. This fellow made the torso (of himself) when he was a young man and he quickly agreed to pose naked to create this image of his former and present self. Natural illumination from the skylight of the yurt where we were working.
Another frame from this series is here.
Page 1 of 12