All Latow activities at the AGB have been suspended. We are working to provide online programming for the remainder of the season starting April 2nd. Please check the online calendar and e-Blasts for updates on the new programs and changes to the program schedule.
Please note the Latow Photo Weekend with Kas Stone has been postponed until next year, April 2021. The Latow AV Festival will be presented online at a future date.
All Latow activities are suspended until further notice.
This includes submissions for Evaluation #4, the All Guilds Show and the Fireside Members Open Monochrome Exhibit. Additionally, Thursdays Board Meeting is cancelled as are all group meetings until the Art Gallery reopens (April 6th at the earliest)
Please note as well that the Latow Photo Weekend with Kas Stone and the Latow AV Festival will be postponed until next year, April 2021.
Through her photography, Leah Denbok's mission is to help humanize the homeless and draw attention to their plight.
Leah has been taking photographs since she bought herself a used Canon EOS Rebel T2i from a local hockshop in the summer of 2012. Inspired by the work of British photographer Lee Jeffries, she has been concentrating on high-contrast portraiture. One of her photographs was awarded first place in the Blue Mountain Foundation of the Arts Juried Art Show. She was recently the subject of a mini-documenary that aired on CBC’s ‘The National’ about her photography and stories of people experiencing homelessness. Leah is thankful for the mentorship of National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore. When Leah was only 14 Joel wrote of her that, “She is well on her way to becoming not just a good photographer, but a great photographer. And I’m not kidding. The veteran Toronto photographer, Mike Jordan, wrote of Leah that she is an “emerging superstar”, while well known Hamilton-based street photographer, Alex Zafer, calls her a “mega talent.”