Sarah Palmer is a photographer based in Toronto, Canada. She focuses on the relationship between place, memory and cultures on the cusp of change. She composes multi-frame exposures in camera, with no manipulation in post.
She photographs by building layers of stories on the same piece of film, creating a strong sense of environment while weaving together contrasts and similarities in the subject matter she's photographing.
Clients include The Washington Post, The Globe and Mail, Buzzfeed News, Refinery29, The Walrus and Maclean's among others.
She is a winner of Flash Forward 2019 and her work has been supported by the Ontario Arts Council. Her work has been exhibited in galleries and exhibitions internationally including Scotiabank’s Contact Photography Festival.
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I would like to acknowledge funding support from the Ontario Arts Council, an agency of the Government of Ontario.