After a stint in the Royal Air Force, Stan White became an industrial photographer photographing widely throughout the industrial Midlands known as the “Black Country” north of Birmingham, England. On immigrating to Canada in the late 50’s he worked as an advertising and commercial photographer in Toronto, subsequently teaching post-secondary photography at a Community College for 20 years.He also writes articles on the history of photography. A principal interest has been stereo photography and he has published a book on three-dimensional imaging. The photographs in this exhibit are early experimental infra-red digital photographs of the Ontario countryside.
Stan is retired, lives with his wife in Brantford, Ontario, and writes poetry for fun.