- Nathan Phillips Square
My interest in photographing architecture was ignited by the interiors of old basilicas while I studied art in Florence, Italy. I’m an OCAD alumni and recently I’ve been exploring historical structures, new builds and the details that often trigger memories and personal associations.
This exhibit is about noticing transient light in spaces that we frequent, like a coffee shop. Natural light is fleeting while indoor lighting feels permanent. We experience the spaces we inhabit differently depending on how light affects us. These experiences feel short-lived, impermanent, and even volatile, but if you take the time to notice the light, it can alter your state of mind, change your mood, or shift your perspective.
My method of capturing light starts with the camera, then the multiple exposures are layered digitally to create a single impression.