Byron Dauncey is a photographer and artist who was raised in the Cariboo Chilcotin, currently living in Vancouver. He specializes in photo-based art, art documentation, and candid portraiture. He has studied under photographers Lincoln Clarkes and Fred Herzog and conceptual artist Andrew Owen.
As an artist, Dauncey makes photo-cubist compositions and photo street art often employing 1:1 scale and rephotography. He has exhibited at the Vancouver Art Gallery, Monte Clark Gallery, and Initial Gallery, all in Vancouver. His work has been featured in the Globe and Mail and the National Post and on CBC television. As a photographer for hire, he documents art for various artists and galleries and shoots life, events, reportage, and style.