I live and work in southern Ontario, Canada. My roots are in black and white film photography and silver gelatin printing. I've transitioned to digital techniques, but I continue to work mostly in black and white, and I still think printing is important.
Photography has mostly been a personal pursuit. However, it's now also part of my work life. Since 2016, I've been teaching photography as a tool for understanding sustainability at the University of Waterloo. Beyond the classroom, I'm now exploring how we can use photography to deepen public engagement with environmental questions. I'm especially interested in seeing how art and science can intersect fruitfully. I want to make that kind of art. Follow the "Ideas" link in the menu to see some examples of where I'm going with this concept.
Rob de Loë
Guelph, Ontario, Canada