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As part of the Nocturnal Landscapes project, photographer and sociologist David Schalliol is leading a series of conversations with photographers who regularly work at night.

The inaugural conversation is with noted Vancouver-based photographer Greg Girard, who has photographed such cities as Hong Kong, Shanghai, Tokyo, and Vancouver since the 1970s. As Greg discusses in the interview, much of this work is from personal projects made during an era when he was busy working on magazine features. Still, he was able to carve out time for nuanced work that uses the particular features of the night to reveal such things as the everyday rhythms of the city and the changing global influence of the United States.

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