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Gwen's work is instantly identified by her vivid and highly conceptual style. An award-winning photographer, she is versatile with both still and motion imagery and works as a photojournalist and commercial photographer in Toronto. She creates imagery and videos based on pop culture, media, high-end commercial adv… Read More
Gwen's work is instantly identified by her vivid and highly conceptual style. An award-winning photographer, she is versatile with both still and motion imagery and works as a photojournalist and commercial photographer in Toronto. She creates imagery and videos based on pop culture, media, high-end commercial advertising and the absurd.

She will be debuting an upcoming project, titled Broadcast People www.broadcastpeople.net, which explores social media, photography and the eternal need to connect. Read Less
  • Editor in Chief
    Toronto Social Review — Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • Junior Photography Rep
    Andrea Hutchins Represents — Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • Video Producer
    Vital Video — Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • Primary Photographer
    PhotoWorksTO — Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • Photojournaist
    SNAP Downtown Toronto — Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • Curator
    Lens Factory — Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Gwen is a new breed of photographer, providing both still and motion capture for clients across advertising, marketing, public relations and social media agencies.

Also a savvy online influencer, she will be debuting her high-profile project, Broadcast People, at Arts & Fashion Week 2012. A social media experime… Read More
Gwen is a new breed of photographer, providing both still and motion capture for clients across advertising, marketing, public relations and social media agencies.

Also a savvy online influencer, she will be debuting her high-profile project, Broadcast People, at Arts & Fashion Week 2012. A social media experiment, the work is a fusion of photography, technology and communication.

The live interactive installation invites members of the public to participate by entering the “Public Domain” and triggering cameras by pushing a single red button. The project’s purpose is to record the movements of each interaction. Based on the popular Facebook question: is your profile public or private?, the answer produced is an expression of modern day intimacy and the ever present want for connection.
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Gwen is Editor in Chief at Toronto Social Review, a hyperlocal website based on downtown Toronto, hailed by CBC Radio 2 as the hottest hyperlocal site for 2012.
Member Since: Jan 2, 2012