Mike Graeme (he/him) is a white settler photographer whose work amplifying social and environmental movements has been published in outlets across Canada and the U.S. Aware that his privileges are directly tied to a system built on colonialism, racism, sexism, and other related forms of violence and oppression, he seeks to use his discipline in the fight to dismantle these structures and push for justice, while uplifting those he works with.
"Photo of the Year" Top 3 Finalist, JHM Awards, Canadian University Press, 2021.
"Excellence in Student Journalism" Finalist, JHM Awards, Canadian University Press, 2020.
1st Place, Picture the World Photo Contest, UVic Global Engagement Office, 2018.
1st Place, Students and Community Photo Contest, UVic Faculty of Social Sciences, 2018.
The Narwhal, 2022
National Observer, 2022
Toronto Star, 2022
Knowledge Network, 2022
Megaphone Magazine, 2022.
Cover image in The Narwhal Annual Print Edition, 2021.
Outside Magazine, 2021
The Breach, 2021
Up Here Magazine, 2021
The Discourse, 2021
Georgia Straight, 2021
Cover image in Megaphone Magazine, 2021
Watershed Sentinel, 2021
The Narwhal, 2020
Headline image in The Nation Magazine, 2020
CBC Reclaimed, 2020
Cover image in First Peoples Law E-Book "Reconciliation on Trial: Wet'suwet'en, Aboriginal Title & the Rule of Law,” 2020
Cover image in Megaphone Magazine, 2020