These are the photographs contained in my 2016 photo book Canadian Flaneur, which contains 92 photographs from my travels throughout Canada in 2016, all of which were taken using 35mm B&W film on my Minolta X-700.
1st Edition - 5 copies.
These are the images contained in my 2016 photo book Acquisitions.
Great Uncle Fred's Views
Great Uncle Fred's Views is a 3 postcard set created in 2017. It features 3 different postcards, all of which offer a view that was shot by my great uncle Fred. Each is fixed with a stamp that was created with Canada Post, using a portrait of my great uncle Fred with his camera. The stamps are legal and can be sent within Canada for an indefinite time period.
I inherited his large slide collection when he passed away and was struck by the quantity and quality of his photographs. He was a trucker for most of his life and travelled Canada very extensively.
I was particularly fond of these 3 photographs as they were shot on infrared slide film during the daytime which gives them the pink quality as infrared film was intended to be shot in the dark.
This work to me is seen as a collaboration with my great uncle Fred and a homage of sorts, one that commemorates his photographs and gives them the audience they deserve.
3 postcard set with belly-bind, edition of 50,
It Is What It Is
It Is What It Is is an artist book I created in spring of 2017. These are the individual pages of the work, all of which are film photographs that were digitized, printed and then combined with writing, collage, painting, drawing, et cetera. An original edition of 5 books were produced using colour offset printing.
Bikes of Halifax
Bikes of Halifax is an ongoing black and white film photograph project that has been underway since 2016.
Light/Sight is an 8-fold zine (using only a single, double-sided sheet of paper) I created in December of 2016.
After experimenting using 35mm B&W film at night, this zine functions as a document of that experimentation. The zine was exhibited in the Anna Leonowens gallery originally and then were distributed using various other methods after the exhibition.