Peter’s love of photography began when he got a Brownie camera at age 10. He has been exhibiting his work over the last dozen years, most recently in a group exhibition at the Elaine Fleck Gallery 2010. He is attracted to dark and sometimes foreboding narratives which his work often reflects. The series Mass X the Speed of Light Squared were influenced by McLuhan’s notion of global village, and from quantum physics, by the distortion of space created by mass. These images were shot using a cut-out square aperture on a 35 mm analog camera. Peter lives on the Toronto Islands and travels north each year to prospect and photograph.