Scott Massey lives and works in Vancouver. He graduated from the photography program at the Emily Carr University of Art + Design. Massey’s work typically explores the confluence of art and science whereby he accentuates and amplifies natural phenomena, often heightened through artificial means or via slight manipulations. Light as a medium figures heavily in his work, which derives out of research into areas of quantum physics, cosmology, astronomy, and other scientific disciplines. Upcoming and recent solo exhibitions include Light Adjustments, Dazibao, Montreal, 2015; The Day Breaks Gallery 44 Centre for Contemporary Photography, Toronto, 2015; Let’s Reach c Together, Charles H. Scott Gallery, Vancouver, 2013; Topologies and Limits, CSA Space, Vancouver, 2011; and Swan Song, Luminato Box, Toronto, 2009. His work has also been included in group shows in Canada and abroad at Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Denmark, 2013; Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver, 2012; the Columbus College of Art & Design, Ohio, 2007; and CONTACT Photography Festival, Toronto, 2007.