CAA Roadside Assistance Abandons Senior Citizen
Imagine you are an 81 year old woman driving from the country to the city. It is raining, heavily, at times and you set off
Chase, Choice, Consequence
Chase, Choice, Consequence was created as a CD booklet of spoken word poetry. In 1996 I was living in Toronto with my partner. We had
3 Portraits by Michael Cichon to be Exhibited at CAPIC’s Xposé 2022 Fine Art Photography Group Show.
Jackie sits on the edge of her hospital bed staring death straight in the eyes, a Polish-Ukrainian Grandmother watches the news in horror, and a
Self Portraits: Me Me Me … All of Me
Of course I am a Mad Hatter … of sorts … and I like to tell tall tales … I wear many hats … character
In Memoriam Howard Naud and Richard Thomas: The Royal Victoria Hospital Loves You!
This post is a tribute to my two colleagues and friends Howard Naud and Richard Thomas. These two young men who worked in the Receiving Dept
Mom! GrandMa Dynamite!
With so much love I present this photo essay and tribute to my Mom. Happy Birthday! Cto Lat (100 years) To a woman who is
South Korea Then
A very long over due post … from the days when I was living in South Korea. My film days, one of the reasons it
St Brendan’s Church
This is the bigger picture of an assignment I did for one of my Dawson classes. I was required to submit 6 images that tell
Palm Sunday At St.Bonifatius
This Sunday I was invited to photograph the Palm Sunday Mass at Saint Bonifatius, in Montreal. Here are some moments from this mornings family mass.
In a Russian Cemetery
I always make these pilgrimages to cemeteries. The cemeteries in Russia have always held a special interest for me. Having studies Russian literature it gave
South Korean Country Wedding
I was very fortunate while living in South Korea to be invited as a guest to so many different celebrations and ceremonies. This one stands
Attack on Clarity
This is a shoot I did in Pusan, South Korea at a police station. The concept I was trying to reveal was clarity. I was