Carl Brown, a graduate of Sheridan College's film school, has developed a distinctive style of working in film.  Hand-processing and then toning and tinting hi-con stock creates movement, colour and texture within the emulsion that is stunning to the eye. Brown’s films have been shown widely internationally. His film “Re: Entry” was screened at the Louvre, Paris in the Fall of 1995 to launch the book, “Constraste Simultane La Couleur Une Histoire De Cinema Experimental Anthologie.” Brown also works as a photographer, holographer and writer.