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Kareena Felker recently graduated from Ryerson’s Photography program. She won Yorkdale Mall’s national fashion photography contest. She is a freelance photographer and assistant to Toronto’s top fashion photographers. Web: kareenafelker.com
Photographer Jeff Hui is a co-founder and the creative director of Fizheye Creative Inc., a Toronto new media solutions company. He was inspired seven years ago to follow in the footsteps of his father, a well-known photographer in the advertising industry. Web: fizheye.com
Anne Sowden is a certified professional member of the Association of Image Consultants International, one of only ten in Canada, and is president of the Toronto Chapter of the association. Web: hereslookingatyou.ca
Amanda Reid, who has a BA in criminology from the University of Toronto, is new to modeling. Her credits include background model appearances on the television show Instant Star, and on channels Much 5 and CMT. Amanda is a certified make-up artist and did the make-up for our photo shoot.
Chris Cyr has worked in graphic arts for many years. Passionate about the use of computers to create art, he is enrolled in the highly acclaimed School of Animation Arts and Design at Sheridan College.
Erin Herbert is a trained dancer and aspiring actress. She lists interior decorating and horseback riding among her hobbies.
Glyndon Bonnick models as a hobby, but anything dealing with fitness is his passion. He has been a dragon boat racer for seven years and goes to the gym on average four times a week. He is studying kinesiology at York University and is considering a career as a personal trainer.
Cammy Fung, who attends the Ontario College of Art & Design, models just for fun; she plans to be an art director.
Percy Gallegos, a mortgage specialist, attended York University and Glenden College. He enjoys reading and traveling. This was his first photo shoot.
Lisa Santo is completing a Bachelor of Design in Fashion Communications at Ryerson Univeristy. She models part time, but her goal is to run her own business.
Writer Johannah Kristolaitis, a graduate of the University of Toronto, was born in the Big Smoke and now makes her home in North Bay in Northern Ontario.
Deborah Aarts graduated from Queen’s University with a BA in History and promptly launched herself as one of Canada’s bright young journalists.
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