Digital Morphology artist biographies
Annette graduated with an MSc, worked in science and then picked up a digital camera. Going back to school at Sheridan, Annette began her new journey of photography and illustration. Her work has been widely exhibited in both group and solo shows, and has been published in the Star, Globe and Mail and other Toronto publications.
Bob is interested in the dynamic range of light and dark in his subject matter. By using the techniques of High Dynamic Range photography, he is able to explore the range of light/shadow/colour/texture in a scene which may not be obvious to the naked eye.
Native to Port Credit, Darren Clarke is an accomplished UAV Pilot and President of Hummingbird Aerial Productions. Working closely with Transport Canada, NAV Canada with a Special Flight Operations Certificate, Hummingbird was proud to capture aerial images of the Lakeshore Watershed Project. As a professional UAV Pilot and Operator, Darren has captured many aerial images throughout Ontario including breathtaking scenery of Manitoulin Island with map data for surveying and tourism.
Gabriella Bank is an independent video producer/photographer. Winner of the Mississauga Arts Council's Marty Media Award in the Established Media category, she lives and works with her husband Sandor in Mississauga. Their co-produced corporate and charity work is enriched by love for the life and people Mississauga. They are documenting many aspects of life in the community including a unique variety of historical, cultural and musical events. Their work has accumulated a wealth of Mississauga's history.
Julie Knox is originally from the Ottawa Valley but currently lives in Port Credit, Ontario, which she has called home for the last 18 years. Julie’s interests in photography lie within the realms of photo journalism and fine art.
An expert in off-camera lighting, adventure photography and urban exploration, Lachlan makes use of lights and flashes to createmany of his unique images. Whether scaling construction cranes, traversing sewer networks or rappelling into tunnels behind Niagara Falls, he strives to capture images from truly uncommon perspectives.
Marcelo Leonardo Pazán
Marcelo Leonardo Pazán is a full-time professional artist and is the owner of the Pazán Gallery located in Port Credit, Mississauga. Originally from Cuenca, Ecuador, Pazán immigrated to Canada at the age of 6. He worked at The Toronto Star newspaper for 17 years creating advertising designs for a wide variety of clients. In 2011, Marcelo started his own art gallery and custom framing business and began to create artworks in digital photography, and in oil and acrylic paintings.
Retired photographer with a career background in major advertising agencies in the UK and Canada. A prolific creator of global and local photography, from candid street images to creative landscapes. A daily image posted on Facebook for over a decade. Past President of Mississauga Camera Club.
My educational background and passion has been and continues to be in the fine arts. As an artist who rarely has a shortage of creative ideas the question that I struggle with the most in subject matter is... how important is it? The wetlands project has the integrity and ecological conscience that nurtures our diligent plans for the planet’s survival. Morphology explores a photographic moment that otherwise may not have been captured. I am honoured to be involved.
Sandor and his wife Gabriella have been in the media business for over 18 years. Their company Sanborg Productions specializes in photography, videography, documentaries, and radio/television commercials. Sandor’s career includes designing computer systems, VR software as well as involvement in the music business. While having lived all over the world, they now call Canada home.
Stephen Uhraney began his career at the Mississauga News as an editorial photographer. Expanding creatively, he began shooting documentary projects. His most recent work was shown at Toronto’s Scotiabank Contact Festival, a two-year project detailing the lives of migrant farm workers in the Holland Marsh. Stephen also shoots environmental street photography. “It comes down to this. I have a camera with me at all times, I see something I like, I shoot it.”