The Ways of Viewing 

Duncan Fitch

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Two of my Light Painting works featured here will be presented in the On-Campus Grad Show.


The Ways of Viewing 

As we go through life, have there been moments where you thought to yourself: Why does the world function and operate the way it does? “The Ways of Viewing” investigates, utilizing the process of light painting, the ways the world is composed and operates. Through all of its patterns, ethereal feelings, forms, and tangibility, we witness the vast grandness of our world reimagined to give a different perspective that challenges our senses and our sense of time. This project aims to challenge our preconceived notions of what the world is about and how it interacts with itself. 

23 x 15.3 Metallic Print

A Place Beyond Humankind

In our rapidly-changing world, we should stop to take the time and reflect upon the magnificent beauty of the natural world. Nature has a way of capturing our hearts, minds, and souls. For as long as we can remember, we have relied on this realm for resources, inspiration, escape, and finding one’s purpose and identity. This series serves as a vast source of awe, inspiration, and a way to transcend one’s sole identity to connect to a broader whole.

Water: A Universal Presence

Water is the source of life. Life and water are not mutually exclusive, one cannot exist without the other. Just like all living things, water comes in all shapes, forms, colours, and movements. This natural element comes with its own set of personalities.


Portraiture is an immense, multilayer process that can take all sorts of unexpected detours. It is a process of unfolding the blankets from which parts of our identity hide from us. It is a process of finding a subject’s most authentic self. 

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Artist Bio

Duncan Alexander Fitch is an American multimedia artist working in the fields of Photography, Painting, and Writing. He was born and raised in New York, New York, and attended school at the School of Visual Arts before transferring to Emily Carr University of Art + Design. He enjoys the arts, the outdoors, music, and being with his friends and family. Looking ahead, Duncan hopes to work and/or intern with experienced photographers to jumpstart his career as well as consider attending graduate school. This October, he will have his first solo exhibit taking place in Brooklyn, New York.