In my early days in Toronto, I felt a sense of isolation. I also noticed that those around me seemed detached and aloof. City life took some adjustment.
Taken in my early days in Toronto–on my third roll of Tri-X. Everything was new and strange, and I was eager to record this captivating urban landscape. I wanted to take photos like Lee Friedlander and Robert Frank, and try to utter phrases … Continue reading
In the early 80s my friends and I had a photo studio and gallery in Toronto’s west end. The area was known the Junction and was had a large Maltese population. This photo was taken from the entrance of New Image Studio … Continue reading