Douglas MacLellan was born in Victoria, B.C. He caught the photography bug at age 10 when he encountered a projector-printing device. Subsequently he went to Conestoga College in Kitchener, Ontario to study photography. Shortly afterwards he started a photography business which continues to this day. He was the official photographer of the Hockey Hall of Fame and an official photographer at Toronto International Film Festival. He created large bodies of work about migratn workers in southwestern Ontario, The Working Centre in Kitchener, Ontario, the good work of Dr Paul Thistle in Zimbabwe and organizers / activists in Windsor, Ontario. He has a documentary/photojournalist style and has interests in themes of loneliness, being alone and life in defined areas. His photos may be licensed directly from his website. Agefotostock of Barcelona, Spain is the exclusive distributor of selected images.