Gaye Chan is an artist whose work takes place on the web, in publications, streets as well as in galleries. After working exclusively with found material for over a decade, her interest in camera capture has been reignited. Talking about her experience with her father who was suffering from cancer, she relates photography to the importance of time.
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Time Out Photography
BY CINDY WALDRON
@ VOL 1
ON MAY 03, 2012
Cindy Waldron is a professional photographer based in Blue Mountains, but her passion extends beyond her professional work. In this presentation, she walks us through a collection of personal works entitled "Time Out Photography." (in English)
BY DANNY FLYNN
@ VOL 28
ON JAN 21, 2014
A couple of years ago, Danny Flynn became disheartened by our generation's uninspired use of photo-centric social media. He didn't think that people were exploring the comedic potential of instagram. He is enthusiastic about Toronto's dogs and their stories, so he started an instagram project.
Photography Comes First
BY NORA BIBEL
@ VOL 13
ON NOV 07, 2014
“These are quiet, concentrated, and precise images seemingly of everyday scenes, but in fact these are staged moments suspended in time.”
Photography has taken Nora Bibel all over the world: Vietnam, Myanmar, Germany and more. Nora speaks about her beautiful portrait work, books, and exhibitions that have made up her work. She tells us her themes are utopia, social change, home, memories, and more.
"Presentation of the Day" on January 26, 2015.
BY JO MANSFIELD
@ VOL 3
ON SEP 22, 2015
"As my use of social media increased, so did my understanding of how it worked."
In "Hashtag Photography", from PechaKucha Night St. Neots Vol. 3, Jo Mansfield talks about mobile photography and the use of the image platform Instagram and how it has developed her skills and pushed her in new creative directions.
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Wednesday, October 12th, 2016.
Here Today, Gone Tomorrow: The Importance of Archival Images
BY MICHAEL KELLETT
@ VOL 11
ON JUN 06, 2017
In this presentation, Michael Kellett emphasizes the volatile nature of today’s digital media and the importance of traditional silver-based photographic materials for the long-term storage, archiving and sharing of important images.