Born in 1991 and raised under the soft glow of spinning strip mall signs in the swelling suburbs of Western Canadian prairies. Spent scorching summer evenings riding bikes in circles in Wal-Mart parking lots and vaporizing McDonalds milkshakes with house-made explosives. Eventually the soul of the big-box community concept began to envelop him, just as gentrification took over the borough he grew up in.  After studying Cultural Studies at the University of Calgary and Photography at the Alberta College of Art and Design – Kyle Berger now resides in Toronto, Ontario where he basks under the warm light of the golden arches.