Kevin Boyle is a Vancouver based artist who uses photography as his medium. Though his works cover a wide range of subject matter, the connective tissue that joins them all is his belief that we have walked away from the things that we used to hold dear and replaced them with fleeting and trivial things. Whether an ultra-long exposure of an abandoned building, a montage of cattle into impossible lines, or dizzying images of mountains and glaciers, his pictures challenge the viewer to alter their perspective. The scale at which the images are presented put the viewer in the same spot he was when creating them and allow you to get lost in them. His DaySleeper series won first prize in the International Photography Awards and the Fine Art Photography Awards, and his work can be found in private and corporate collections throughout North America and Europe.