Posts Tagged ‘Freelance’

NH1, Toronto Star – Saturday, May 15, 2010

B1, Toronto Star – Monday, May 10, 2010

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NH1, Toronto Star – Saturday May 1, 2010

B1, Toronto Star – Monday, April 19, 2010

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L1, Toronto Star – Friday, February 19, 2010

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B1, Toronto Star – Monday, February 8, 2010

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Today marks my return to the blogosphere. Through the course of my absence, I’ve shot a range of subjects from food to portraits to sports, sharpening my photographic eye with each frame. 2010 brings with it new hopes and new opportunities to embrace. Happy new year to all!

TORONTO, ON.: January 18, 2010 — Shirley Kwan performs at Richmond Hill Centre For the Performing Arts
(Sarah Dea)

TORONTO, ON.: January 14, 2010 — Gena Katz, executive director of Ernst & Young’s tax practice in Toronto,  Ont., says the earlier you start investing, the more years you have for tax-free dollars to grow, from her downtown office on Jan. 14, 2010. (Sarah Dea/Canwest News Service)

TORONTO, ON.: SEPTEMBER 28, 2009 — Blair Falconer, vice president and portfolio manager for HSBC Securities (Canada) Inc. poses outside HSBC on York Street in Toronto, Ont., on Sept. 28, 2009. (Sarah Dea/Canwest News Service)

TORONTO, ON. October 22, 2009 – Michael Walker is the head of branch investments at Royal Bank of Canada. He says it’s important for investors to select the right financial advisor to look after their investments. (Sarah Dea/Toronto Star)

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Toronto Star - A1 Oct 17 09

A1, Saturday Star, October 17, 2009

Sorry for the lack of updates. Since embarking on my own, I’ve been pretty swamped with freelance life. I will update properly in the next while. Thanks for checking!

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Today marks my first day as an official freelance photographer in the big smoke. I finished my summer-long contract at the Toronto Star last Friday, September 11th. Never forget. It was a truly rewarding and humbling experience, grinding with some of the best news photographers this country has to offer. Thanks to a most welcoming and talented staff for letting me grow with you.

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