Thursday, May 13, 2010

Alice MacLachlan and Amy Campbell Noseworthy celebrate their wedding in Toronto. Legal in Canada since 2005, many couples around the world still don't have this right.

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Husband and wife Ravinder Singh and Hardeep Saini, of Brampton, eat some of the free food provided by the Sikh community at Khalsa day celebrations.

Paramjit Bajwa, a teacher in Scarborough, beats the drums from his temple in the Vaisakhi parade that celebrates the spring harvest and the unification of the Sikh religion.

Volunteers from the Ontario Sikhs and Gurdwara Council distribute prashad, a sweet soft paste eaten to remember the sweetness and generosity of God.

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.