Christopher Manson is a documentary photographer and photo instructor living and working in Toronto, Canada. His photographs have been published in The Observer on Sunday, Time Out Magazine, The New York Times LENS blog, and others. He is the author of numerous self-published photobooks, including Type 1 Teen, which tackles lifestyle changes required of Canadian adolescents living with Type-1 diabetes. A recipient of Visual Artist Grants from the Canada Council for the Arts (2013) and the Toronto Arts Council (2011), and a Magnum Photos Scholarship (2010), Manson has spent the last four years documenting the predicaments facing First Nations diabetics living in the remote northern regions of Canada.
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Riot Act, 2015, newsprint, 11 x 17 inches, edition of 100
Riot Act (spread), 2015, newsprint, 11 x 17 inches, edition of 100
Joelle, 2014, recycled chipboard, Wire-O binding, edition of 12
Joelle (spread), 2014, recycled chipboard, Wire-O binding, edition of 12