Kevin Boyle is a photographer based in Vancouver, BC. He was born and raised in the Canadian Prairies and spends his time roaming the vastness of the plains of his homeland. He does this to document the dilapidated ruins of what were once thriving communities while highlighting the beauty of central Canada.
Boyle presents these once majestic and culturally pivotal places in large scale photographs that put the viewer in the moment that the photograph was made. By manipulating exposure and lighting, he gives these buildings and homes a second chance to showcase their beauty. Showing that there is still value in these settlements, despite their relatively brief tenancy.
Boyle’s photographs pay homage to a time that technology and the busyness of life have let pass by.