Christopher Manson is a photo-documentarian living between the UK and Canada. He currently works at Ryerson University in Toronto as a sessional photography professor at the School of Image Arts. His photographs have been published in a number of publications including: The Observer on Sunday, The Daily Mail, The Express, Time Out Magazine, and on The New York Times LENS blog. In 2011, he self-published his first photobook. Type 1 Teen, which tackled lifestyle changes required of Canadian adolescents living with type-1 diabetes, was nominated for a People’s Choice Award in the Photography Book Now competition later that year. A recipient of Visual Artist Grants from the Canada Council for the Arts (2013) and the Toronto Arts Council (2011), and a Magnum Photos Scholarship (2010), Manson has spent the last two years documenting the predicaments facing First Nations diabetics living in the remote northern regions of Canada.