Over the past four decades, internationally-renowned photojournalist Peter Bregg has travelled to more than 70 countries and captured some of the world’s most compelling stories with his camera.
Mr. Bregg has served at Rogers Publishing for twenty years until 2009 including chief photographer at Maclean’s for 17 years. He has also worked as a photographer and editor with the Canadian Press and the Associated Press in London, New York, and Washington, DC, and was the official photographer to Prime Minister Brian Mulroney in 1984-85.
His assignments have included eight Olympic Games, Stanley Cups, World Series, Presidential trips, Vietnam in 1973, the Iran hostage crisis in 1979-80, and the imposition of martial law on the Solidarity movement in Poland in 1981. He was also in New York to cover the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Centre in 2001.
Peter Bregg has won numerous awards including a World Press Photo Award, NPPA Regional Photographer of the Year, Canadian Press Photo of the Year, Eastern Canada News Photographers Association Awards, a Canadian National Newspaper Award, and White House News Photographers Association Awards.
Jag is all about real, quirky, and personal pictures. Whether it’s headshots, weddings, or family portraits. Jag’s love of people helps him capture the natural essence of his subjects through photography. His passion for beautiful, natural images also stems to event and landscape photography. Jag has success in photography stretches across the red carpet from TiFF to the Toronto Raptors. This high profile photographer is not to be missed.
Hong Kong born photographer Kelvin Young has spent the last seven years traveling around the world with his camera. His love for travel and photography has taken him all across North America, Asia, Africa, Australia and the Middle East for clients such as ORBIS International, HelpMeSee Inc, CTV, Otis Elevators and the Government of Ontario. His enthusiasm, professionalism and dedication has proven to be an asset to assignments of all shapes and sizes. His desire to try new things led him to gain experience in wedding, portrait, commercial, corporate, sports, performance, food, product, documentary and travel photography. He loves trying new food and filling his Instagram account with delicious food photos from restaurants all over Toronto.
From a young age, Philip Harris has always had a passion for anything Multimedia based. Since graduating with a degree in Multimedia Production and Design, Philip begun dipping his fingers and toes into everything he could, from Graphic and Web design, to Music Production and DJ-ing at events. His keen eye for composition and detail shows in all of his video and photography work, from corporate and private events, to landscapes and portraits. His wide variety of skills and experience is truly an asset to the industry.
Brian approaches each project with professionalism and enthusiasm, gathering as much information prior to the shoot as possible in order to ensure great results every time. “Knowing the end-use of the shot is key, allowing me to use the right equipment for maximum results”, insists Brian. Each project is unique and has its own challenges, and being able to offer solutions in a productive and creative way makes all the difference. “I have been fortunate enough to work with some fantastic people, create great images and shoot in some fascinating destinations and events from: TIFF to Tiaras, festivals, concerts, sporting event, award shows and product launches.” Brian captures moments with images that tell the stories, celebrate the wins and become the fabric of print and online media.
Jennifer Rowsom is a Toronto-based editorial and commercial portrait photographer. She studied photography at Humber College and OCAD U, gaining a background in both commercial and fine art photography. Whether bright-eyed model, the faded facade of a building or the details and remnants of a party, Jennifer sees the beauty in the world and knows how to capture it. Her fine art work consists of analog + alternative processes using polaroid, pinhole and plastic cameras. Jennifer’s next gallery showing will be in October 2014.