Larry has worked out of Winnipeg as a photo-artist for the last thirty years. His work has been shown locally, nationally and internationally including exhibitions in Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver, Edinburgh, New York, Helsinki and Belgrade. He first taught photography at the University of Manitoba’s School of Art in 1990 and yearly since 1995, except while obtaining his MFA at the University of Western Ontario from 2000 – 2002. Glawson’s work over the last fifteen years has been largely involved with queer identities, politics and aesthetics. In June 2008, a major exhibition of his home bodies series was presented in Winnipeg. A retrospective exhibition of his work curated by Kegan McFadden and called 27 x Doug opened at Gallery One One One in Winnipeg in July of 2010, at FOFA Gallery, Montreal, March and St. Mary’s University Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia, October 2011.