Photographer Casey Bennett explores the intersection where landscape, architecture and human presence meet. Originally from Grand Forks, British Columbia, Bennett now resides in the small town of Williams Lake, which is the backdrop of his newest series, “Hub City”.
“Located in the Central Cariboo Interior, where individuals’ collective livelihoods and lifestyles have been, and are currently heavily dependent upon certain industries— particularly the logging and mining industries, which have experienced some unstable periods over the last few years, leading to shut downs and increased unemployment. Generations of families have committed their lives and passed on an identity of working these jobs, becoming culturally bound to these careers.”
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