“Cultural Reflection And Cross-Cultural Bridges Through The Photographic Process”

The act of photography exposes the photographer to the subject, inasmuch as the subject is exposed to the photographer. This mutual exposure creates an opportunity for engagement. The act of photography provides for a dialogue between the subject and an imagined audience, with the photographer as intermediary.

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Work in Progress

The images presented here are unedited photographic proofs. They represent the current work-in-progress of the author. These proofs were first printed from original black-and-white film negatives, then digitally scanned for display online. These particular images were selected from more than one thousand images created over the last fifteen months.

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Government of Canada (2013). National Household Survey: Aboriginal Peoples.

“Census metropolitan area (CMA): Area consisting of one or more neighbouring municipalities situated around a core. A census metropolitan area must have a total population of at least 100,000 of which 50,000 or more live in the core.”

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