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My passion for all things vintage took shape while driving across Canada in an old VW camper. It started simply enough with a stop to explore a recently darkened drive-in theater. Walking around the abandoned site, I yearned to be transported back to my youth gazing up at those giant outdoor screens under starlit night skies. Further along my trip, I spotted an aging neon motel sign beckoning motorists with “Phones” and ” TV”, simpler amenities from decades long ago. By the time I reached the west coast, I was utterly smitten and in the years since, I have sought out and photographed hundreds of drive-ins and vintage signage all over North America.
Drive-Ins at Dusk II, Photography, 18cm x 25cm
Classic Hood Ornaments, Photography, 18cm x 25cm
Rubidoux Drive-in, Photography, 15cm x 15cm
Rideau Bakery, Photography, 15cm x 20cm
Ford V8, Photography, 26cm x 26cm
Bel-Aire Motel, Photography, 10cm x 20cm
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