Raised in Prince Edward Island and now residing in Mississauga, Ontario, Ian Garrick Mason is a photographer, independent filmmaker, and essayist.

His photography concentrates on fashion and portraits; Ian has produced work with Olsen Europe, designers Hakuyo Miya, Amélia Peyron Paris, Haunts Fashion, Chloé Vasta, Raphael de Lacroix, Andrada Bodea, and Niapsou Di, magazines Elegant and Rocketlight, and agencies like The Lions NY, The Face, Elite, EMG, d1, and NEXT.

In 2018 he wrote and directed the short film "Commencement", featuring Rose Paré.  He has produced documentaries on architects and their ideas, film festivals, blockchain and finance, and intelligent cities; his recent films on urban planning philosophies and on the innovative re-use of infrastructure for parks were featured by Canadian Architect.

He writes on culture, history, and politics for this site and his work has appeared in publications including The Times Literary Supplement, The Spectator, The Article, The Boston GlobeThe Globe and Mail, The Literary Review of Canada, and The Walrus.

Ian is also editor of the interview-based magazine of ideas and visual culture, SCOPE. He is an avid rucker and, occasionally, a rallycross driver.

For more information on Ian's work, to discuss opportunities and potential projects, or to just say hello, feel free to get in touch.

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