Matt Schroeter is a designer and photographer, passionate about creating art that sparks positive social change. Starting out as a photojournalist, he has always been interested in telling the stories of people in his community. Since that experience, he has never lost his love for walking around and photographing cities and the people in them. He is usually designing interfaces for websites and apps, while keeping the connection to his community alive through art and photography projects. You can often find his design and photography work in the Gordon Neighbourhood House’s activities and programs, where he also chairs on their Community Advisory Board. Some of his recent achievements include: Why I Love My Hood – a community art project, granted through the Vancouver Foundation’s Neighbourhood Small Grants Program, SuperColony – a 365-day digital art project, featured at Thisopenspace Chinatown and the MakerLabs opening & Project Thankful – a social campaign/community art project focused in the DTES/Chinatown.