Urban Contrast

Cities are like humans in the sense they can be peaceful and loving while simultaneously full of crime, hatred and violence or beautiful and affluent but also ugly and poverty-stricken – often on the same streets at the same time. 

Urban Contrast is a body of work that explores this dual nature of towns and cities.


My body of photographic work is broken into two ongoing series: Urban Contrast and Compatibility Mode. It is primarily high-contrast black and white and explores aspects of humanity, ultimately ending in multiple exposures that convey metaphorical and philosophical concepts which can be found in Urban Dualism and Incarnate Duality. 

Brad MacDonald - Ilex
Brad MacDonald - How Many Tomatoes?
Brad MacDonald - Doing the Dance
Brad MacDonald - Rome Fell Too
Brad MacDonald - The World in Front of Us