Pooyan Alizadeh is an Iranian, Montreal based, Visual Artist within the fields of videography and design. He holds a Bachelor of Urban Design degree. In his late high school years, he was being drawn to street art and public art, especially the latter that got him to make a short documentary about graffiti in Tehran, called ‘Concrete Canvas’ in May 2017. He is also a hobbyist film photographer and video maker. His concepts focus on social interactions happening in the heart of the city that influenced him as an audiovisual hobbyist. He likes to add this flavor of urbanism in any medium as a concept done by digital painting or storyboards for different media platforms. As his love for Augmented and Virtual reality raised, he started his research experience in the field of ‘virtual reality and public realm’ and ‘digital curation.’ He finds film photography exotic, as it is extraordinary how unpredictable each photo is and how it is impossible to have an accurate expectation until the picture is printed out.