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A Window into the Magic Photograph

Mackenzie Duncan



Size: 30 W x 40 H x 0.1 D in

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Photography: Digital, C-type, Photo, Color and Paper on Paper. The ship was climbing and falling over the surging ocean as we motored deep in the Broken Island off the West Coast of Vancouver Island. The ship was decades older than I was and still holding strong in the fifteen foot swell. I snuck below deck to get out of the driving rain and saw this view, seemingly from a different world, as I cozied up inside the belly of the boat. Capturing the fleeting moments of any adventure is what drives me to get off the beaten path, and out into what the world used to contain that few, if any of us, really get to connect with these days. 'A Window into the Magic' C-Type Print on Paper, shipped in a tube. 30" x 40" | Edition of 10 | $1500 40" x 53" | Edition of 10 | $2100 48" x 64" | Edition of 5 | $3200

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Photography Print:C-type on Paper

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:10

Size:30 W x 40 H x 0.1 D in

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Restless Spirits. Ramblers. Adventurers. These are the characters that populate the nostalgic, yet intrinsically modern photography of Mackenzie Duncan. Building on early experience in fashion and advertising photography, Mackenzie’s work frames the joys of adventure through his intuitive vision of current-day iconography. He captures moments of fleeting, youthful freedom, and imbues them with a dream-like aura, at once evoking the ache and elation of innocence – a complex intertwining of the contemporary and sentimental. Mackenzie’s images have been featured in campaigns by Deus Ex Machina, Equinox, Keen, Puma, Starbucks & Taylor Stitch, among others. He has also contributed to publications such as GQ, Cosmopolitan and Marie Claire. Nature is a prominent theme in Mackenzie’s photographs, as it is in his life. ‘Off-grid’ is a recurring necessity, from Yellowknife to Baja to Comox. He currently calls the coastline of Vancouver Island, Canada, his home – specifically a 104-square-foot ‘tiny house’ constructed by a team of his close friends. He spends an equal amount of time in his (mostly) trusty VW van, which graciously portages his surfboards through their coastal explorations. His wanderlust has taken him to shores as varied as Africa, Iceland and New Zealand, in search of new landscapes, inspiration, and connections. He’s also been known to conduct high-speed expeditions across the United States on motorcycles far older than himself. In addition to his artistic accomplishments, Mackenzie co-founded the NGO Apathy is Boring, which inspires youth to better understand, and contribute meaningfully to the democratic process. He also helped create JM&Sons: a furniture-based lifestyle brand in Toronto.

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