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Callan Field is a Queer Canadian artist, adventurer and creative professional. As an emerging visual artist, he studied environmental science before completing his BFA at Ryerson University in 2014. While his primary medium is photography, his work has expanded to include writing, film, video and installation. An analytical individual his work is driven by research, experimentation and a desire to understand the world around him. His aerial photography project Blueprints has been exhibited widely: internationally in the UK, in SUBURBED at the Harbourfront Centre and as a solo exhibition at the IMA Gallery. In 2014 he was selected for The Peel; a multi-layered project featuring six Canadian artists as they canoe into the Arctic Circle through the Peel River Watershed. The upcoming documentary and touring exhibition follows the journey of each artist as they express their experience through their unique medium. He is also one of the photographers for 10X10 in 2015, an annual event and publication that celebrates Queer Canadians in the arts.
A born and raised Albertan, he is an experienced outdoor guide having led rafting, hiking and canoe trips across Canada. In 2015 he was one of the top ten finalists out of 4000 applicants for the Woods Dream Job, which selected two couples to spend the summer travelling the Trans Canada Trail, sharing their adventure on social media. While he wasn't selected, he was hired to provide logistical support for the program.
Photo by Calder Cheverie, photographing during The Peel Project.
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