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These two portraits (of John Jackson of Toronto) were taken by Andrew Danson Danushevsky and are separated by an interval of eighteen years. The first (at bottom) was part of Danushevky’s Toronto Portraits, a series of photographs of strangers whom Danushevsky approached with an offer to photograph them in their homes. In the mid-1990s Danushevsky set out to find some of his original subjects and photograph them again. “I was interested in aging, and in time passing, so I tracked down as many of my original subjects as possible,” he says. The first of the two photos appeared on the cover of Geist 37. Both portraits are included in Carte Blanche, a photography anthology published by Magenta Publishing in 2006.