Danny Singer is a photographer living and working in Vancouver, BC. Born in Edmonton, Alberta, Singer began his career as a cameraman and director for the CBC. In 1970, he moved to Montréal, where he made the transition to still photography. Working out of the tradition of documentary photography and using contemporary photographic techniques, Singer records places found in Canada's western Prairie Provinces and presents them as grand panoramas. Often composed of up to 80 or 100 sequential images digitally conjoined into seamless panoramas, Singer’s photographic works are eloquent and celebratory expressions of western Canadian culture.