My schedule is a bit nut-so this year, but I am still hoping to do as many sessions as I can through the growing season.
As usual I am looking for a diverse range of subjects to photograph and interview.
To get in touch please fill out the form found here. I look forward to hearing from you!
As spring approaches and my schedule for 2008 starts to unfold I am seeking new subjects for the project. Since I live in Toronto I am primarily limited to gardeners in this area. However, I am going to be in San Francisco and Austin, Texas this coming spring and would love to take advantage of those trips to schedule some photo shoots. Other trips may pop up so do not hesitate to get in touch regardless of where you are.
I am seeking a diverse group of gardeners and gardens to photograph. Skill level and the maturity of the garden do not matter. I don’t care if your garden is as small as a basil plant in a tin cup. I want to take your picture and hear your story!
To get in touch just fill out the form found here.
Green Minds is a portrait project exploring gardeners and their passion for growing greenery.
I am seeking to validate all kinds of gardening practice. This includes anything from a sprawling lush paradise to a single plant growing in a coffee can. Gardens include but are not limited to: community gardens, allotments, backyards, balconies, rooftops, front yards, containers on a patio or street corner, store windows, fire escapes, windowsills, guerilla gardens….
Define gardener? A person who grows and/or cultivates a plant or plants. I want to document as many types of gardens and gardeners as possible… gardener’s of all ages, nationalities, genders, and experience levels…
Please get in touch with: Your contact info, a few words about the garden and the gardener, city, and when you think the garden is at its prime or you like it best.
Above photo taken at the High Park Allotment Gardens in Toronto, Canada.