While I was in Toronto last week, a friend introduced me to the work of local photographer Andrew B. Myers.
His work is often characterised by its use of colour and composition, as well as its references to pop culture, nostalgia and situational humour. So while his work may seem quite simple upon a first glance, once you start to look closer, the complexities of the images are revealed. For example, the bizarre flatness of the first image.
His work has not gone unnoticed in the art world, as he was recently selected as one of Canada’s top emerging photographers by the Magenta Foundation. To see more of his work check out his website here