What is Toronto to you? … hometown? … a place to have fun? … where you went to school? … a new home? Whether you were born in Toronto, grew up here, or just visiting, everyone experiences this city in a different way. I reached out to 10 Torontonians and asked them, “If you could
A study on water texture and patterns in the wake of a ferry crossing Lake Ontario.
The Ontario BioBlitz is a 24-hour event that brings communities and scientists together to explore and enjoy the wildlife that can be found in Ontario.
In May 2014, a small ROM team travelled to Newfoundland to salvage a Blue Whale that had washed ashore. This unfortunate event presents an unprecedented opportunity to study one of the more endangered species of marine mammals—blue whales are listed as endangered under Schedule 1 of the federal Species at Risk Act. In June 2016, I
Every year, the third Friday of May marks Endangered Species Day, an annual day dedicated to bringing awareness to the many at-risk and critically endangered species of wild animals. This year, I teamed up with Jyothee Murali, a talented Toronto artist, to create a photo series entitled “COEXIST” which portrays our connection with wildlife. Our lives
For 6 weeks during the summer of 2014 I had the chance to intern as a visual communicator for Environmental Defence, an environmental action organization based in Toronto. During my time there I photographed regions of Ontario’s Greenbelt for Environmental Defence to use for their annual report, blogs, and other general use.