I am a freelance photojournalist, photo editor and video producer based in Toronto, with over a decade of experience creating visual projects for some of the world's top clients.
My photography has appeared in The Globe and Mail, Maclean's, National Post, Bloomberg, Canadian Press, Quartz, Marie Claire, Toronto Life, Hello! Magazine, Report on Business, NPR.org, Sierra Club Magazine, La Presse, Canadian Business, Transaero Magazine and CanWest publications. I also worked at Maclean’s magazine as a Contributing Photo Editor and freelance Video Producer and am currently Studio Wyse’s photo editor on the newly designed University of Toronto Magazine, Ryerson University Magazine and other projects.
My corporate clients include Pfizer, the Government of Canada, Accenture, Bayer, the Bank of Montreal, Panasonic, The MasterCard Foundation, The Law Society of Upper Canada, MGM Resorts International, BlackRock, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Merck Frosst, Duracell, University of Toronto, The Gairdner Foundation, Medavie Blue Cross, Rogers, Takeda, Ryerson, Johnson & Johnson, Allergan, St. Lawrence College, Covenant House, The Canadian Art Foundation, Crohn's and Colitis Canada and Women's College Hospital.
I'm the owner of a (sometimes cranky but loving) tuxedo cat, Liz Lemon, who is named after Tina Fey's character on 30 Rock. I have a keen interest in the unique bond that exists between humans and animals and am currently working on a project documenting the often extreme lengths that humans will go to keep their pets happy, healthy and safe.