The Unaddressed (2009)

The Unaddressed focuses on the under-housed, giving voice to their personal opinions. By photographing subjects holding a cardboard sign that announces their concerns, the project challenges preconceived notions of homelessness. Working against the minimal exchange between the homeless and passers-by, the images use the trope of the panhandling sign to disclose messages usually ignored or unspoken. The Unaddressed was a public installation at the 2009 Contact Photography Festival and was commissioned by the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) as part of Housepaint II: Shelter.

Support (2019)
Landscraped (2018)
We Three (2018)
Portrait of M (2018)
Ascent (2017)
Accord (2017)
Are You Going (2016)
Colliding Planes (2016)
Faces of Regent Park (2015)
Anagram (2015)
///re-ply\\\ Phase 2 (2015)
Everything That Rises (2015)
In Hazel’s Eye (2015)
Tai Chi Tiles (2014)
Flood Lines (2014)
Backside Flip (2013)
Underground Kiln (2012)
///re-ply\\\ (2012)
Les portraits en papier (2011)
Panels (ongoing)
Face of the City (2010)
Defunct Front (2010)
Toronto Brick By Brick (2010)
Billbored (ongoing)
The Unaddressed (2009)
A City Renewal Project (2008)
Shiftchange (2008)
Regent Park Portraits (2008)
Vespa Squareheads (2008)
Wall Impressions (ongoing)
Portraits (ongoing)