Thu, 12/05/2013 - 23:23 by Natasha Neale
Wed, 10/02/2013 - 22:03 by Natasha Neale
From October 1st to November 15th, Capture Photography Festival—an ambitious not-for-profit lensbased arts festival celebrating Metro Vancouver’s renowned photography scene—is launching with more than 50 exhibitions at museums, galleries and artist-run centers with public art installations and multi-platformed programming throughout the city.
Tue, 09/24/2013 - 22:34 by Natasha Neale
“I started shooting back in 2010 as a hobby. I loved the idea of being able to work with a team and create something amazing through images. Creativity was lacking in my life, and my day job at the time, so I treated photography as my way to escape. Ever since my first shoot though, I have met a lot of great people who have helped me along the way to become the photographer I am today.
Thu, 08/29/2013 - 09:15 by Natasha Neale
What’s the best way for young female photographers to make it in the competitive fashion industry? Dive right in and follow your dreams, say twin sisters Lily and Lilac, high fashion photographers making inroads on the scene. They decided to do just that and leave their native Montreal for Toronto to live and work in the heart of Canada’s busy fashion district.
Thu, 06/20/2013 - 14:38 by Natasha Neale
LA-based snapper Mark Maryanovich not only shot our awesome Robert DeLong cover and billboards for our last issue, but he’s an acclaimed music photographer, who has shot everyone from the likes of Elliott Smith, Henry Rollins, and Bob Rock (to name a few); shot artwork and album cover for artists on Sony, EMI and Warner Music; and been published on the pages of Rolling Sto
Wed, 06/05/2013 - 11:01 by Natasha Neale
Jess Baumung is a photographer from Dauphin, Manitoba who moved to Toronto in 2005. Being a regular show goer with camera in hand, he quickly became a favourite amongst musicians and publications all over the world.
Mon, 05/13/2013 - 15:56 by vanessa
J.F. Mailhot has been a professional photographer for the last 10 years, as well as the co-founder, creative director and publisher for five years of the now defunct CRUX “Art of Life” magazine. Involved in high-level sports when he was younger, he developed an interest in sports photography, which is where the concept of CRUX was born. As his career and passion for publishing took shape, he explored and expanded his interests in a variety of spheres: fashion, product, lifestyle and event photography. A self-taught, D.I.Y.