top of page
wait times, waiting, health care, sit, public places, black and white, visual art, anthropology, twitter, tumbler



We spend many waking hours waiting. Karen Boissonneault-Gauthier wanted to capture the waiting moments, whether they were waiting for an appointment, the bus, for our name to be called, or for that special person to finally dance with us. 

Some of my portraits are purposely stoic, because we try to avoid showing emotion while we wait. At least I do. Other KCBG Photography images show humour or anticipation. The emptiness of thought, which often occurs during this helpless, loss of control timeframe, compelled me to find endearing visuals during the waiting moments.

"Waiting for the Buswas featured in Gutters and Alleyways - a Perspective on Poverty and Struggle by Lucid Moose Press. "Are You Coming?" was published in Scotland's Dactyl. And the featured image "Waiting" was adapted for Five 2 One: An Art and Literary Journal #20 for the KCBG Photography visual art image entitled "Waiting Room".

KCBG Photography
bottom of page