March 2023
I am pleased to have a work of mine from the Dominion Foundry included in the Glenhyrst Art Gallery Biennial Juried Exhibition. If you find yourself in Brantford, Ontario, be sure to swing by and see the exhibit, which is on display from March 25 – May 19, 2023. The opening reception in on Saturday, April 1st, from 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm.
More information about this exhibition can be found at:
Installation view of Dominion Foundry Hall 3, Toronto, ON, 2021. Photos courtesy Glenhyrst Art Gallery.
November 2022
Gallery TPW Photorama 2022
I am excited to have my work featured in the Photorama Editions program this year at Gallery TPW. This photograph, “Rolled Steel” (2015), from the series In Hamilton will be available for $120.00 in a special edition of 15 at 11 x 7 inches. 
Proceeds from Photorama sales provide essential funds for Gallery TPW, guaranteeing continuity to build upon their legacy of groundbreaking programming for years to come. It’s a great opportunity to purchase work, support artists and the gallery!
Collector’s Preview: Thursday, November 17, 2022, 5–7pm
Sale and 45th anniversary celebration: Thursday, November 17, 2022, 7–10pm
Exhibition and sale continues: November 18 – December 3, 2022
Gallery hours: Wednesday – Saturday, 11am–5pm
More details on
Image: Eliot Wright, Rolled Steel, 2015, archival inkjet print
October 2022
Curator's Talk for Don Wright: Gathering Tides
Mark your calendars! I will be having a Q&A with Mireille Eagan, Curator of Contemporary Arts at The Rooms, about the exhibition Don Wright: Gathering Tides that I guest curated. The Q&A will take place at the The Rooms on Wednesday, October 12th at 7 pm and will discuss my connection to the work, motivations behind the exhibition and the main themes in the photographs. The talk will also address the exhibition design and the significance of showing this work at The Rooms. A reception will follow.
Tickets and more details are available through The Rooms website, here.
Photo: Installation view of the exhibition Don Wright: Gathering Tides at The Rooms, St. John's, NL. Courtesy The Rooms
July 2022
Don Wright: Gathering Tides at The Rooms
I’m excited to announce that I am curating an exhibition of my grandfather’s photographs for The Rooms in St. John’s, Newfoundland, titled Don Wright: Gathering Tides, opening on July 25, 2022. 
Best known for his drawings, paintings and prints, Don Wright also made thousands of photographs of Newfoundland’s rural communities, rugged landscape and his personal life up until his death in 1988. 
In advance of the exhibition, I was interviewed by Heather Barrett of CBC Weekend AM this morning about the photographs, themes in the show and my grandfather’s influence. You can listen to the segment here.
Pictured here: Don Wright,  Fennelly’s trap, Port Kirwan, August 1977
October 2021
F-Stop Magazine Feature
I am pleased to have two of my photographs from What Remains featured alongside some talented artists in the Landscape 2021 issue of F-Stop Magazine, online now.
The series traces what is left of the resource extraction and manufacturing industries in Nova Scotia, which was once an industrial powerhouse. Find out more about the series here
May 2021
A selection of my photographs investigating the partial demolition of the Dominion Wheel and Foundry buildings and subsequent action by community members to help save the heritage property are currently on display on the south wall of the Foundry, 153–185 Eastern Ave, Toronto, ON. The large prints are wheatpasted on plywood panels attached to the building at the corner of Palace Street and Tannery Road. You can view them 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 
To provide some background, the Ontario Government began demolishing the historic buildings in January 2021 without public consultation, amidst an ongoing COVID-19 lockdown. Community action was swift and with the support of the Friends of the Foundry, a temporary court injunction was granted on January 29th. Since then, all equipment has left the property and the damage to the building has been boarded up. While there have been some exciting proposals for repurposing the existing buildings, the fate of the Foundry is still uncertain.
For more information, visit Friends of the Foundry.
UPDATE: On May 20, 2021, the panels with my photographs and other protest artworks were removed (censored) by order of Infrastructure Ontario. 
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