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Welcome to ImageWorks

Canadian fine art photographer, Stephen McNeill, started with a borrowed camera and a lesson on the solarisation technique. He was hooked.

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Welcome to ImageWorks

Canadian fine art photographer, Stephen McNeill, started with a borrowed camera and a lesson on the solarisation technique. He was hooked.

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FEATURED NEW WORK

Water of Life

In Scotland, they spell it, “whisky”. In Ireland, “whiskey”. The difference in the spelling apparently comes from the translations of the word from the Scottish and Irish Gaelic forms. These translations are “uisge beatha” in Scottish Gaelic and “uisce beatha” in Irish Gaelic.  The phrase literally means, “water of life”.

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Featured Short Story

Not Forgotten

The German sign on the locked iron gate translates as, “Unauthorised Access Prohibited”. It stares at one from the shoreline with ominous silence. Beyond the gate looms an even greater sense of uncertainty.

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Featured Portrait

The New Woman

Five women. Five stories. Five portraits. It started with a generous loan of costumes by the renowned Shaw Festival Company in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Canada, followed by a collaboration with women artists.

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Featured Project

Physical Objects

Through curiosity born from loss, Physical Objects examines the translation of form from one dimension to another for a more engaging viewing experience.

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FEATURED NEW WORK

Water of Life

In Scotland, they spell it, “whisky”. In Ireland, “whiskey”. The difference in the spelling apparently comes from the translations of the word from the Scottish and Irish Gaelic forms. These translations are “uisge beatha” in Scottish Gaelic and “uisce beatha” in Irish Gaelic.  The phrase literally means, “water of life”.

SEE MORE

Featured Short Story

Not Forgotten

The German sign on the locked iron gate translates as, “Unauthorised Access Prohibited”. It stares at one from the shoreline with ominous silence. Beyond the gate looms an even greater sense of uncertainty.

SEE MORE

Featured Portrait

The New Woman

Five women. Five stories. Five portraits. It started with a generous loan of costumes by the renowned Shaw Festival Company in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Canada, followed by a collaboration with women artists.

SEE MORE

Featured PROJECT

Physical Objects

Through curiosity born from loss, Physical Objects examines the translation of form from one dimension to another for a more engaging viewing experience.

SEE MORE