Taylor Roades has been a working photographer since the age of twenty, and has travelled the world with her camera. Her love of travel, her curiosity in the realms of the sciences, and her compassion for issues related to climate change have led to a variety of documentary-style assignments across the globe. She was a part of Canada C3, a 150-day voyage around the three coasts of Canada on a retired Coast Guard icebreaker, and worked with Hasselblad in South Africa on the launch of their new X1D II camera. Her work has been featured in countless publications, including Maclean’s, The Guardian, The Narwhal, Canadian Wildlife, PhotoED, and Beside. She spent her time during the pandemic working on A Ribbon of Highway, her first book. Originally from Toronto, Taylor now lives and runs a photo studio in Victoria, British Columbia.