An interview on C-Type Mag (link to interview), an online magazine from Bangkok, Thailand. The photos are from the series: Wish You Were Here–my take on surrealism in everyday life. The images come about through observation, rather than with Photoshop or … Continue reading
Mark Hewitt Johnson is an accomplished Toronto photographer who has been active for over forty years. He is a life-long student of the photographic medium who has wide ranging and eclectic interests. I enjoy and admire his work, not … Continue reading
from the series: Toronto Days Documenting Toronto in the 1980s and 1990s, in my younger days—Be sure to check out my new blog: The Image Journey http://www.avardwoolaver.com/ Posted by Avard Woolaver Photography on Wednesday, November 9, 2016
Photographer Willliam Eggleston is known for legitimizing colour photography as art. His photos are a visual treat without clichés—no sunsets, no lighthouses. Instead, he has ordinary scenes and everyday objects—things that we mostly pass by without notice. As Eudora Welty says … Continue reading
a recent addition to Photo Vogue http://www.vogue.it/en/photovogue/portfolio/?id=18805&md_photographer_id=18805&md_pageIndex=0&md_page=0&md_pid=632142
Perhaps the biggest snow storm to hit Atlantic Canada since “White Juan” in February, 2004.
thinking of Nick Drake
The term “storm chips” was coined in 2014 by CBC radio host Stephanie Domet. It refers to people stocking up on potato chips and other snacks in advance of a snow storm. Rebecca Rupp writes, “What most of us do buy … Continue reading
Everything seems static, yet the flowers are dying, the jogger is gradually aging, and the snow is slowly melting. We are so resistant to change, yet change defines us.