Michael Cook is a Canadian researcher, photographer and graduate student. He is best known for his work documenting historic hydroelectric infrastructure at Niagara Falls, and sewer systems throughout Southern Ontario, much of which is published on his website, vanishingpoint.ca.
His work has been published in several volumes, including The BLDGBLOG Book and Water (Alphabet City #14), and has been exhibited in solo and group shows. His first book, Elevator Alley, a collaboration with the photographer Andrew Emond, explores the working landscape of grain elevators in Buffalo, New York. It was published by Furnace Press in 2010.