A tangle of cherry blossoms in the woods near Kingston, Ontario. A clump of weeds in full bloom by the towpath in Bethnal Green. A fragment of graffiti along the banks of London’s River Lea. These are just three of the wild spaces I’ve explored with a Holga camera—drawing the urban and natural environment into a rhythm of light, form, and colour. While I work in a variety of media, I use this iconic toy camera as an exercise in allowing: letting the light leak onto the edges of the film; letting the plastic lens work its magic; letting the camera show me the way.