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For those of you who did not watch my slideshow from the Women’s March on Washington: Toronto event a couple of Saturday’s back, I thought I’d post a few photos for you. It was quite a huge crowd. Very peaceful … Continue reading
I shot this women’s rights march last Saturday and finally finished editing the photo. Man it was a crazy big event. Like, it was probably three times the size of any other march I’ve shot. Or at least more than … Continue reading
Here are three more shots from the Free Syria rally I came upon a month back. I hope the day will come that the turbulent times these photos reflect will be nothing but history. The day will come and Syria … Continue reading
I photographed this during an Occupy Toronto protest back in the fall. I honestly can’t even begin to explain what the sign on the wall means, but in fairness I have zero doubt that its author wouldn’t have a clue … Continue reading
My passion is photojournalism. Simply, there’ little else I do in my life that energizes me more than shooting rallies, demonstrations and protests. I walk away from them on an indescribable high. Last Saturday near the end of the photo … Continue reading
I took this during the Public Sector Union (formerly, Occupy Toronto) movement’s last march to City Hall before they were booted out of St. James Park. This is at the very heart of downtown Toronto — Yonge St. & Dundas … Continue reading