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Defend the Darkroom

May 26, 2021

Marcel Petit doesn’t mince words – he openly shares his journey, philosophy and desire to not only take a great photograph but connect with his environment. He is thoughtful about why he takes photographs and mindful of how he is capturing an image; he isn’t ok with being on default. Marcel is very respectful of...


Mar 18, 2021

Dianne Bos does not look at her life linearly. At every opportunity she is open to learning and challenging her perception about the world around her. Speaking with Dianne was electric – she loops ideas and processes together seamlessly with a healthy dose of enthusiasm. Knowing that Dianne defines herself as an...


Feb 8, 2021

While I was speaking with June Clark she mentioned how artists must be willing to take risks. This sentiment really stuck with me – in these crazy times where nothing is “the same” or “normal”, we creatives have been given the gift of time: time to break out of our routines, time to look at the world around...


Dec 9, 2020

Although April Hickox may not be an environmentalist, in the traditional definition of the word, she is very much of her environment. April is completely engaged with the place where she lives, the people that are part of her community and what is happening around her. She is an observer; a thinker; storyteller and her...


Oct 16, 2020

Craig Richards has a full life but there has always been one underlying theme that brought everything into focus: photography. From his time at the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies in Banff AB starting as a technician and retiring as the Curator of photography; creating the internationally recognized “Through...