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Peter Hadfield
Drought

9 x 11.5 in
Softcover
Debossed cover with Tip-On photograph
72 Pages
ISBN 978-1-9993905-0-1
2018
Printed by Flash Reproductions


$35 CAD + Applicable Tax + Shipping
(Toronto orders can arrange optional free pickup.
Email droughtbook@gmail.com before ordering)

Peter Hadfield
Drought

9 x 11.5 in
Softcover
Debossed cover with Tip-On photograph
72 Pages
ISBN 978-1-9993905-0-1
2018

$35 CAD + Applicable Tax + Shipping
(Toronto orders can arrange optional free pickup.
Email droughtbook@gmail.com before ordering)

Drought is a self-published collaboration between myself and Toronto-based cinematographer and photographer Peter Hadfield. Limited to a numbered edition, the work primarily focuses on 48 images of drained public swimming pools that highlight and explore western society’s relationship with water and its use. A thoughtful foreword by Douglas Hamilton-Evans commissioned for the book introduces the portfolio of images. 

Each copy is accompanied by a limited edition watercolour reproduction by Hadfield. 

All proceeds of this book will be donated to Water First, a registered Canadian charity dedicated to addressing water challenges in Indigenous communities through training, education, and meaningful collaboration.

For more information on Water First, visit waterfirst.ngo

Drought is a self-published collaboration between Toronto-based cinematographer and photographer Peter Hadfield and graphic designer Cameron McKague. Limited to a numbered edition, the work primarily focuses on 48 images of drained public swimming pools as a means of reflection for issues surrounding global access to fresh water and the increasing realities of drought. A thoughtful foreword by Douglas Hamilton-Evans comissioned for the book introduces the portfolio of images. 

Each copy is accompanied by a limited edition watercolour reproduction by Hadfield. 

All proceeds of this book will be donated to Water First, a registered Canadian charity dedicated to addressing water challenges in Indigenous communities through training, education, and meaningful collaboration.

For more information on Water First, visit waterfirst.ngo