Born in Vancouver, Albert Law quickly realized he was made for photography when he began his career as a graphic designer: “I wanted to change things. Photography has always been a hobby for me and I decided to pursue it full time, which would allow me to go out and meet interesting people » Says he. Among these people, the photographer worked with the armed forces. The latter documents experiences lived in a photojournalistic approach, reflecting the reality of what he saw. In his “Winter in Yakistan” series, he captured moments during a three-day training exercise with a Canadian artillery regiment. The rendering is powerful and account, without artifice, the situation on the ground.
“Those were long and cold days where we didn’t sleep much, but it’s moments of discomfort like those that remind me to be grateful for the simple things I have when I get home; hot showers, food, and a bed to sleep in.”