In addition to pinhole photography (which is lensless), I also shoot digital, 35 mm and medium format film, and in the 1990s and early 00s I made short videos and super 8 films that screened at local and international film festivals.
I’ll be adding some of this content over the summer, and in the meantime, above is my 2011 series Boon: Olympic Village, one year later. Proponents of the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics promised that the billions spent on the games would leave a “legacy” of public infrastructure, including affordable housing at the athlete’s village. In February 2011, a year after games, I photographed the Olympic (athlete’s) Village in Southeast False Creek to see how that promise was going. (Spoiler: Not very well! And 12 years later in 2022, only a small fraction of the affordable housing that was promised was built. The rest is too expensive for even middle-income households.) This project was part of the grunt gallery’s 2019 Urban Screen.