THE GREAT HALL 



Select architectural space and event photography for The Great Hall 


www.thegreathall.ca


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TIFF Next Wave Festival 2019


120mm portraits of the Tiff Next Wave committee 

Going Home: Future Adaptive Building for Aging-In-Place


Book Photography for PhD dissertation written by John Brown  


Up to 95% of North American houses have not been designed by an architect. The result is what the Sierra Club calls the ‘Dark Side of the American Dream’ – a vast, formless, un-designed place where almost everyone lives. This work explores potential strategies for architects to meaningfully engage this middle ground of everyday domestic life.


The PhD frames this exploration through the creative practices of John Brown; an architect and academic in Calgary, Canada. Ambitious to make architectural intelligence available to the widest possible clientele he pursues a practice that creates a continuum between everyday living and the highest accomplishments of architecture. His PhD opens up accessibilities to the best of flexible designing to people from the young to those aging in place.

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The FAB House 


6 month print campaign featured in Avenue Magazine.

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