Matthew is a photographer and writer living in dontown Toronto, Canada.
He is a highly technical photographer. Specializing in product photography for jewellery and other small objects, Matthew mostly uses a Nikon D800 and 85mm Perspective Control lens for commercial work. His personal photography takes advantage of a large and ever-changing collection of cameras, digital as well as film, ranging from a mighty medium-format technical camera to a diminutive rangefinder that's almost as old as he is. But whatever tool he chooses, his style is marked by strong geometry, shallow space, and an active frame.
Although many of his personal photographs start out on film, he is an inherently digital photographer who owns two scanners and a really nice inkjet printer, which he tries to use as often as he can.
Diversifying somewhat, Matthew also enjoys working with acrylic paint, where he prefers using palette knives to brushes. His paintings exclusively use Mars Black and Titanium White, which is not surprising because his photographs are almost invariably in colour.
You can always contact Matthew on Twitter or via e-mail.