This photograph exhibits the stark contrast between light (the brightly coloured framework of contours and orbs) and dark (the space between). It is only on our journey through the darkness that we can understand and appreciate the relief of the light. We each have our own internal structure and pattern of light, and it is our unique perception of and personal attachment to these patterns that assist us in making sense of the world, ourselves and those around us.
The TELUS Health Brain Project shines a much-needed light on the importance of cognitive and emotional well-being. Hollend’s work speaks to building that vision of a brighter, healthier future for this generation and those to come. TELUS Health is proud to partner with the Brain Project in support of the Baycrest Foundation for the second consecutive year, because they share in our commitment to create stronger, healthier communities.
Lindsi Hollend’s work represents the healing force that photography has on her, and is a true expression of self.
She has a unique perspective of the everyday moments and objects in the world and is fascinated by texture, layers, light and colour. She is self-taught and continues to explore, grow and evolve as a fine art photographer.
Hollend finds immeasurable joy in photography. It allows her to stay focused, step away from the chaos and create something engaging and inspiring.