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Category: Artists

Ski Hill Project Inspiration

I feel my inspiration has come full circle, as I was telling someone about my Out-of-Season Skill Hill project and they went “have you seen Chris Snow’s work?” Snow happens to be a fellow photo student at Concordia, and as I think back, I remember seeing his beautiful large-scale prints of what I now remember […]

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Courtney Milne

Saskatchewan-based Fine Art Photographer Courtney Milne, the man behind Sacred Earth, has done some notable work in documenting the Prairies in Spirit of the Land: Sacred Places in Native North America and has published the following books on The Canadian Prairies: Prairie Light, 1985 Prairie Dreams, 1989 Prairie Skies, 1993 Old Man on His Back, […]

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Out of Season: Ski hills

The project I’ve been planning since roughly this time last year has been my jumping-off point for the Out of Season projects. I want to photograph ski hills in the off-season: rusting chairs hanging over green lanes. It’s a collaboration of my interest in ski culture and my interest in land use and how seasonal […]

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“Green”

This image came up in class, and I find it to be such a beautiful juxtaposition. Here we have a farm of wind turbines, generating and storing power that we have come to associate with “green.” This metaphorical colour is reflected physically in the grass of the golf course, but we can see by the […]

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Rob Hornstra and Slow Journalism

  Hornstra is immensely inspiring to me as an example of how to do what you want to do and be successful at it. The video below documents how he goes about doing this: http://www.vice.com/picture-perfect/picture-perfect-rob-hornstra

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