In the Photography program, students learn skills from darkroom to digital photography. Unlike some other photography programs, which focus on commercial photography, OCAD U’s Photography program is more artistic and experimental.
“My practice focuses on the theme of existentialism. I investigate sites of neglect throughout the city and consolidate fragmented and diasporic images. As people move through life it seems like they are on repeat mode, working every day to find and... More”
“Adrian is a multidisciplinary artist based in Toronto his work explores the ways in which we engage with the internet of things. The ways in which this engagement effects social and political institutions, bolsters capitalism, and furthers... More”
“My work displays my ability to photograph in a live setting, and my passion for documenting the lives of artists performing on stage. To me, combining my photography skills and my excitement in listening to different genres of music is the career I... More”
“My time at OCAD U hasn't been easy. I was diagnosed with Lupus in 2013, during my 2nd year! I couldn't have completed my Thesis project without the help of so many people here, so I'm happy to finally share all my hard work. I truly cherished my... More”
“Photography is an instrument I use to observe the world around me. Looking through the lens and I see subtle details that lead me into one peculiar story after another. And here I am, an observer, fervently trying to capture these stories and their... More”
“I always question myself: What can I do by using photography? Photography is a part of my life, I never stop shooting. One day I asked myself as usual, and this time I got the answer: To record, to express, and to do something for the society.... More”