Photography is an important way for me to capture my unique family and our life events. This work helps support my brother, who is First Nations, in telling a story of the forever changing environments which affect all Indigenous Peoples as they continue to suffer from colonization. My driving force is to honour my brother and the Homalco Nation from which he was born. In my image, he wears a native headband from the Homalco Nation. I am projecting a story of commitment, preservation, and love for the land by bringing awareness to the global plastic crisis—literal and figurative suffocation. We are suffocating from all the plastic that continues to be dumped globally through land, sea, and air.
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