With the mix of moving images you can almost hear the rhythmic backgrounds
In a daze of surreal lights and swirling imagery emerge portraits of hidden jewels.
Much like humans some buildings can have emotional reactions to their surroundings.
A photo interpretation of Leonard Cohens verse:
“There is a crack in everything, that’s how the light gets in.”
Shots of some various urban and rural landscapes shot with a Holga Pinhole hand held and multiple exposed.
Explore the haunting seaside, an endless expanse of possibilities.
An old abandoned railway trestle that crosses over the Ottawa River. Shot with a hand held pinhole camera
An exploration of the patterns and colours around us using Instant Film.
Finding elements of the country right here in the city. Pinhole photography.
The history of the city played out over the years
The fog rolls in off the coast and shrouds hundreds of years in history in a blanket of mystery and sadness
In the calm hours after sunset the buildings seem to blend.
On Wolfe Island sits a field with almost a hundred windmills. They are powered by the constant winds that blow off Lake Ontario.
Beechwood Cemetery in Ottawa, Canada contains several human sized sculptures. These were photographed with a Diana Mini then the film was rewound and various shots of the cemetery were taken.
On the fringes of downtown 1960’s style City Centre has become a hot spot of bakeries, art galleries and music venues.