Stuart McCall is a photographer who lives and works in Vancouver. His work examines our relationship with the natural environment, exploring the unexpected arrangement of elements that occurs from chance effect. Using a visual aesthetic influenced by contemporary commercial imagery, he challenges us to consider the significance of visual coincidence. Frequently making use of unconventional perspective and scale, he offers the viewer a fresh look at the familiar, confronting preconceived notions about our surroundings.
McCall’s images have been published widely, featured in such magazines and newspapers as Time, Fortune, Saturday Night, Photography Monthly, the Boston Globe, and the Times of London, as well as in books by National Geographic and Douglas & McIntyre. His work has been recognized by Communication Arts, the LOTUS Awards, and International Photography Awards. McCall is represented by Marcia Rafelman Fine Arts, Toronto, and Newzones, Calgary.