Sarah Crowley


I can't claim these as my own, but my grandpa took them. I think they are so good, and maybe it's because it's nostalgic to look at family during times I never knew them, but I wanted them to have a place to be seen. He and his brother, George Dudkoff, were trained as photographers in the Royal Canadian Air Force during WWII. My grandpa went on to become a screenprinter, and his brother George opened a successful photo studio downtown Montreal in 1954 after purchasing it from the famous photography outfit William Notman and Sons, which he ran until 1993. Somehow, I just realized I have never seen any of my Uncle George's professional work.