Sandy McLennan loves wandering just outside his darkroom door (the home or portable one) with cameras and sound recorders. While hand-processing celluloid motion pictures and pinhole paper negatives, he reveals what fits to express current personal and state-of-the-world emotions. He improvises sound tracks from shoot-location field recordings and sounds associated with creating the work. He leads workshops enabling the experience of slow time via analogue technology. He has exhibited motion pictures, photography, installation/performance and sound and has received grants from Canada Council for the Arts and Ontario Arts Council.