During COVID, I have been splitting my time between Toronto and the village of Hudson, near Montreal. I took the base picture for this lightbox about halfway between the two cities, on the 401.
My friend Fraser was driving. The bands of colour – the sky, the fields, the grass – reminded me of Rothko.
The different colours remind me of different places that I have been fortunate enough to claim as my home: they remain separate, and yet in complete harmony – an ode, if you will, to in-between places. And the bits of ourselves that we find therein.