For more than a decade covering events and news, I’d always love to introduce myself first to start a good communication work. Photography is not just about shutters and machines. To me, it’s also about communications, eye contact, and making the photo subject comfortable and fit into our visual creations. Tastes differ, but catering to the pallet of clients remains the same in my work ethic. I started my career as a daily newspaper journalist after graduated from York University majoring in English Literature. Writing has always been my passion only that I don’t use pens to tell a story for most of the time now. I later went to Ryerson University to finish the Digital Photography study. I signed with Cision (formerly CNW), officially kicking off my freelance photography career in 2008. From Beijing Olympic Games to The Dalai Lama in Exile, from a federal government announcement to a corporate media event photo-op, I have covered a wide range of media events and editorial assignments for more than 250 clients across Canada and worldwide. Working collaboratively with client, I’m very skillful in creating newsworthy photos that comes along for the story, news release, social media posts and publications. In the extremely busy and time sensitive PR/news industries, I work seamlessly with the team of communication professionals by deadlines. The creativity however has never yield to the second best. Please feel free to contact me and let’s start the talk on your photo project: firstname.lastname@example.org.