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Melissa Moffat’s vision reaches far beyond her five years as a professional photographer. Her degree in Psychology from Wilfred Laurier gives her insight into the human condition and an Applied Photography diploma from Sheridan College equips her with extensive training, but it is her natural eye that defines her… Read More
Melissa Moffat’s vision reaches far beyond her five years as a professional photographer. Her degree in Psychology from Wilfred Laurier gives her insight into the human condition and an Applied Photography diploma from Sheridan College equips her with extensive training, but it is her natural eye that defines her talent.
Since taking on photography full time, her photo credits include Echo Magazine (entertainment weekly), View Magazine, Sway Magazine, Billboard Magazine, Eye Weekly and Manifesto Urban Music and Art Festival website. She’s even delved into advertising work including the fashion of Bruno Ierallo for campaigns in EnRoute Magazine (Air Canada) and Fashion Magazine (September & December 2009).
Making a name for herself within the photography industry is due largely to her commitment to quality and an unwavering work ethic. Whether it’s balancing her lens in the midst of a rowdy concert, scaling a bar to capture a hidden celebrity or swiftly winding her way through a packed crowd to secure her desired angle, getting the shot is always on her mind.
She proved this as the in-house photographer for the Father Ray Foundation at the Pattaya Orphanage in Thailand. She held this position for six months and acknowledges it “was an eye opening and awarding experience for me.”
When it comes to on-location shoots, her personable nature bestows a comfort level on her subjects which often yields expressive, candid results. It’s this heart and knack for creating dialogue with lighting that propels her subjects off the page.
Her youthful exuberance balances her thoughtful photographic considerations to make Melissa Moffat a photographer to be noticed. Read Less
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