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Category: Monochrome


Just about 50 years ago I began to take photographs with more purpose than simply to record what was in front of me. I was inspired and influenced by images from a wide range of other photographers, both historical and contemporary, and from a wide range of photographic genres. What…

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We used to live on the edge of Don Mills in Toronto. Our particular subdivision was built in 1959, and a small strip plaza was built close by to service the community. Almost 50 years later, it still held the original barbershop (and original barber), and a burger joint that supplied…

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The Saucy Groom

Full disclosure: I am not a street photographer, and certainly not one given to taking spontaneous, candid portraits of strangers. The first image – The Saucy Groom – was taken during the 2004 Pride Parade in Toronto. I happened to be downtown photographing buildings, when I realized that there seemed…

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