Byron Dauncey is a photographer and artist. He specializes in art documentation and candid portraiture. He has studied under photographers Lincoln Clarkes and Fred Herzog, and artist Andrew Owen.

As a creative Byron has exhibited in group shows at the Vancouver Art Gallery and The Monte Clarke Gallery. His street art has been featured in The Globe and Mail, National Post and CBC television.

As a freelancer he shoots art, fashion, events, weddings, reportage and style.

He studied animation at the Vancouver Film School and won a Leo award for his student film. Most recently Byron has created extensive photographic essays titled Granville Street Saturday Night, We Are All Canucks, and a street art documentary titled Hunting for Rabbit. Viewings  can be arranged.

I have known Byron Dauncey since April 2012, he is an uncommonly mature person for his age. Thoughtful, capable, discreet and never intrusive. He is a very gifted photographer of people—both in candid situations and in the studio. He is one of the pioneers of the unposed fashion photograph, which seems to be an increasingly popular idiom. The proofs he has shown me of these photos reveal a sensitivity to the personalities and capture the decisive moment so essential for such a photograph. Byron has accompanied me on some of my forays into the older parts of the city and he consistently comes away with strong, innovative photographs. We both derive enormous pleasure from each others company during these walkabouts.  — Fred Herzog.

Byron is strategic, creative and thoughtful in his approach to photography and candid storytelling. As a public relations specialist,  Byron gave me the tools to speak to the press and represent an event through image – Ashleigh Said, PR Manager, Eco Fashion Week