Kyle Zurevinski is a photographer, visual artist, and film producer from Saskatoon, SK with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) and Bachelor of Arts in Art History from the University of Saskatchewan. His photography work focuses on using shape, abstraction, and perception as a tool to provoke emotion and thought through the image as a whole, all while isolating certain features and putting others into the spotlight. He has been apart of community focused projects and exhibitions around Saskatchewan at the University of Saskatchewan’s “Gordon Snelgrove Gallery”, OSAC's traveling showcase "Futures", “Nuit Blanche Saskatoon”, PAVED Arts’ “Toon’s On Transit”, and Darrell Bell Gallery’s group show “Modern Works” shown along side with Eli Bornstein. He is committed to community media and art programming by working on the Board of Directors for PAVED Arts and as a program guide for Remai Modern. Through his role as producer he has produced three feature films and a web series, which have received funding by Creative Saskatchewan and the Saskatchewan Arts Board.