Suburbs by Matteo Gueli
“There’s something about the feeling of walking around Lachine alone after the worst day of the summer, or watching the sun slip under the horizon from the Beaconsfield overpass on a cold evening, or seeing the field you used to sneak into turn into another block of featureless condos that no one will ever really understand the same way that I do. That’s the beauty of the suburbs; through miles of decaying neighbourhoods, cracked pavements and vaguely similar houses are countless young people who have made these towns their own. No two stories are the same, but the feeling of missing something that we didn’t appreciate in the first place is somewhat universal.”
FlanelleBook by Allison Staton
These image are part of the contribution to FlanelleBook by 2013 graduate Allison Staton.
“FlanelleBook brings together 14 photographers and 30 stylists and models to co produce a thick, 150 pages hardcover book with the theme of Unity.” “From the dazzling figure of Folio to the raw foresight of Sid Lee and the unparalleled aesthetic of Flanelle, the trio presents a unique fashion photography book in conjunction with local contributing photographers”
UNITY by Rin Eadie
UNITY is a multimedia project; video, images and poetry, produced and written by 2016 graduate Rin Eadie.
You can see more of Rin’s work on her site http://rineadie.com and on Instagram.
“UNITY places emphasis on the stories and experiences of women and aims to shed light on the relationships shared between women, men, and all who identify as either, or neither. Together, we celebrate inclusivity and community through diversity. “
Experimental Lake by Guillaume Simoneau
Guillaume Simoneau graduated from the Dawson Professional Photography Program in 2000. You can see more of Guillaume’s work on his site http://www.simoneauguillaume.com and you can follow him on his Instagram and on Twitter
“This compendium of images is inspired by the dual principle of common good and necessary evil. Canadian photographer Guillaume Simoneau explores a place far removed from our everyday vanities: the Experimental Lakes Area in the sparsely populated region of northwestern Ontario. But rather than a book about the 58 pristine lakes that comprise this world-renowned natural laboratory, Simoneau’s allusive photographs use the freshwater site as a means to look outwards, to consider a world beyond our own reflections. Unhinged from the moorings of narrative readings, the sequence of images floats between botanic life – aquatic and terrestrial – and hand-made apparatus used by an influential community of international scientists based in the area. The findings of their research into human impacts on entire ecosystems have significantly influenced the decisions of governments and industries.”
You can purchase the book “ Experimental Lake by Guillaume Simoneau ” from MACK
Stockholm Sub by Chris M. Forsyth
Chris M. Forsyth graduated from the Dawson College Professional Photography Program in 2017, you can see more of Chris’s work on his site https://www.chrismforsyth.com and make sure to follow him on Instagram.
“The photographer Chris M. Forsyth gives us unique access to this subterranean universe. In 57 photos taken specially for this book he presents the 27 leading stations in all their visual splendour. In addition to Hötorget and Odenplan, two of the system’s first, he documents everything from Stadion’s rainbow vaulting and marbled rock walls, via Bagarmossen’s minimalist “trumpet” station, to Kungsträdgården’s playful extrava- gance. Everyday environments that you thought you knew but which you see here with fresh eyes.”
“The book is the first of its kind. Never before has the Stockholm subway been documented in such detail. A magnificent book that does justice to what is perhaps the world’s most beautiful subway system.”
- Stockholm Sub (Published by Frank Review, 2018) Design by Igor Kazakov, Text by Mark Isitt.