Monday, April 26, 2010

Some of the countless bugs for sale at the Ontario Insect Fair, in the Toronto Botanical Gardens.

Monday, April 19, 2010

TORONTO, Ont. - Rob Bateman opened Bateman's Bicycle Company on Barton Avenue almost two years ago, and has been busy ever since, with two full time employees and a steady stream of cyclists looking for repairs and new bikes. (19/04/2010)

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Jellies, just made.

TORONTO, Ont. - William Chaupiz (in orange) battles to keep control of the ball in a fast but friendly game of pick-up soccer at the University of Toronto. Chaupiz organizes Toronto Arsenal, a premier division team in the Toronto Services Soccer League, and after regularly scheduled play passers-by often join in. (18/04/2010) Photo by Mary Gaudet.

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

BELLEVILLE, Ont. - Adam Jackson, photojournalist, hunts for stories.

Thursday, April 8, 2010

TORONTO, Ont. - A lone avian passenger paces in Bathurst subway station.

Saturday, April 3, 2010

BELLEVILLE, Ont. - Bev Boyce, 73 years old, is one of the oldest lifeguards in Canada. She began working at the YMCA six years ago, after starting as a volunteer. Boyce can't be lazy: "I have too much energy, and I like to have fun," she laughs. Last April, a few months after having surgery on her knee, she re-certified through the National Lifeguard Service. (31/03/2010) Photo by Mary Gaudet.

TORONTO, Ont. - Jesus and his Roman captors were part of the Good Friday Procession through the streets of Toronto, held each year by the St. Francis of Assisi church. A sign that proceeded them "The soldiers stripped Jesus and dressed him in a scarlet robe, made a crown of thorns for his head, put a stick in his hand as a scepter and mocked him." Matthew 27:27. (02/04/2010) Photo by Mary Gaudet.

About Me

I'm a photojournalist based in Toronto, Canada. I started working in the summer of 2010, shooting for weekly newspapers, magazines, and the web, after a year at Loyalist College in Belleville, Ontario. My background is in anthropology, and graduate studies took me to South America to look at social change and political empowerment. I try to bring together my anthropology and photography studies in my work, since at their best both are about looking closely to find revealing moments, so we can better understand one another's lives.