Gaye Jackson is a photo-based artist who lives in Toronto. Her photographs have been exhibited nationally and internationally and address issues around environmental history, industry, and land use. Her work exposes traces of history in landscape and has been included in publications such as Prefix Photo Magazine and Watch Your Head, Writers and Artists Respond to the Climate Crisis, published by Coach House Books. She is a founding member of The Tenth Muse Photography Studio in Toronto and a member of Gallery 44 Centre for Contemporary Photography. Jackson grew up in a small Ontario town in a family that encouraged exploration and a connection with the land, an upbringing that influences her work.