Brendan George Ko is an itinerant photographer whose image are documents of “a memory, a document of a person; a time and place, a feeling… of something that once was”.

Brendan George Ko created his photo-series ‘nada’dey-wey’stid, which reads phonetically as not a day wasted. Ko is splitting his time between Toronto and Maui, a collection of photos that are a visual scrapbook of his life in these places during 2018.

He explained: “I am creating and recreating the history of all that I am, with words, and images, so that I can remember beyond my memory, for a record of being.