Doxsee              , Jennifer             - Apr 12, 2011 314 PM

Jennifer Doxsee

Memories stick with us. Our thoughts and perceptions of the places that they were created are often far more vivid than the actual situation itself. Continue Reading →

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Greg Bender

In 2008 I began to work on producing a collection of songs with the intent to create an album EP. The album would eventually be called “They Told Us to Hide.” The inspiration for the title had come from the pressures of conformity and the daunting necessity of hiding. This idea has stuck with me through 4 years of University, leading up to our final portfolio. Continue Reading →


Alicia Medina

March 20th, 2007

“…sometimes I wonder what the result would be if someone were to analyze my diary…” ‐ Ali Medina

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Amanda Elliott

“Memory…is the diary we all carry about with us.” – Oscar Wilde

My inspiration for this series stemmed from old photographs I found of my grandparents when they were young and first in love. Continue Reading →

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Chantal Deschamps

Throughout our lives we collect memories; some reoccurring and others of singular events. The foods that we eat have a great deal of memory connected to them, especially those having to do with our childhood or those that continue to reoccur. Continue Reading →


Kevin Meikle

On one of my daily internet browsings this past summer I happened to come across this tidbit of a video called The Sandpit that was as we call it, ‘going viral’. Ten seconds later and I was hooked. Continue Reading →

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Alexandria Chadwick

My inspiration comes from the people who sit in front of my camera. I was motivated to photograph artists from around Toronto in their studios because I wanted to physically travel around my new home city and discover the possibilities that have been hidden from me thus far in my career. Continue Reading →


Adam Mirani

The idea for this final project stemmed from my fascination with humankind’s ever growing metropolitan centres and our experiences within them. More than 50% of the world population now lives in urban centres as opposed to rural settings and our collective human imaginations now resonate more than ever with images of these urban landscapes. Continue Reading →