An exciting new film project with NY actor Anna Zaiachkivska. More about this soon.

I'm a filmmaker, photographer, and essayist working in Toronto and New York City. You'll find a selection of my recent work on this page, and I hope you'll stay to explore the rest.



Watch my interview-documentary with The New School's Shannon Mattern on the myriad ways a city can be considered "intelligent". Originally published on urbanNext.

Something new

Faced with public calls for improved quality of life and a lack of available (and affordable) land for new parks, cities are increasingly converting former industrial and infrastructure-related locations into innovative and enjoyable public spaces. Watch my new documentary -- featured by Canadian Architect magazine and launched in partnership with the advocacy and research organization Park People -- on the rationale behind these conversions, the design challenges they present, and the larger issues they raise.

A winter's shoot in Oakville, Ontario with Myah Hooper. Photographed February, 2018. Visit the full gallery.

"Webb’s photography often takes the viewer on a journey – into the distance or up into the heights – and as it leads the eye, it finds itself able both to teach and to delight."

Read my review essay on I See a City: Todd Webb's New York (Thames & Hudson)

The runner. (May 2018)


Last September I met Lori Vrba, a fine art photographer based in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, whose latest work is currently on national tour. Watch my interview-doc and learn more here.

Manhattan's east side, photographed November 2017:

See more New York City photography here.

Above 34th Street, Manhattan, with Meghan Nelligan. Photographed February, 2018. Visit the full gallery.

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