Image from Gignoux Photos
Image from Gignoux Photos


1) Packard Road, Niagara Falls, New York, October 2018. The booming Canadian skyline can just be seen beyond the industrial landscape of Niagara Falls, New York 2)  Sheraton Hotel, Niagara Falls,  Ontario, August 2017 3) Clifton Hill, Niagara Falls, Ontario, April 2018 4) Skylon Tower, Niagara Falls,  Ontario, October 2018.
When H.G. Wells visited #NiagaraFalls, the foremost symbol of the New World’s limitless potential, the renowned English writer commented, the “real interest of Niagara Falls for me was not in the waterfall but the #humanaccumulationsabout it for they stood for the future.” Over the past two years, Jenny and I have been, researching and photographing for Looking at Niagara as a whole and our complicated relationship with nature and the environment.———————————————————————————
@j.christensson – Writer / Curator
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Oil Sands

You can order our new photobook Oil Sands 

The Oil Sands project documents the devastating effects that the extraction of Oil can have on a landscape as well as the complicated human relationship with the oil industry.

Hidden within the vast landscapes are a number of pockets that contain fragments of often overlooked stories documenting the experiences of the people most affected by the oil industry in this area,

Stanley James Press designed this publication as well as hand binding each copy. Working with curator Chloe Juno.