When the Art Demands Your Attention

The February 23, 2006 LensWork Podcast/Commentary by Brooks Jensen, “When the Art Demands Your Attention”, reminds me of a perspective changing lesson that I learned in a first year photography class at Ryerson in Toronto. As part of an assignment I presented a photograph of a barn on a lakeshore. To my mind it was […]

Save Our Buildings – History Has To Start Somewhere

This is from a deputation letter sent to the city of Toronto to voice my objection to the demolition of the Bridgepoint Half-Round building, one of the best examples of 1960’s architecture in Toronto, and the transfer of public parklands to a developer for condo and retail development. I am unable to attend the March […]