Here are some of the portraits featured for the exhibition All Together Now at the Museum of Vancouver held June 2016 and held over to March 2017. The project featured 20 collectors that were picked from thousands of submissions. The photographs were displayed as back-lit duratrans as an accompaniment to the actual collections themselves, which included corsets, prosthetics, pinball machines, taxidermy, and toys. The photographs are of the collectors, with their collections, set up in a place that made the most sense. For example, Harold Steeves, who collects heirloom vegetable seeds, was photographed on his Richmond, BC farm. Neil Whaley, a resident of Vancouver for 35 years and an avid collector of the city’s memorabilia, was photographed in his studio apartment in the West End. Gabrielle Whiteley, she of amateur taxidermy fame, was photographed in the living room of her East Vancouver Victorian home. And so on.