Emmanuelle Champagne completed her studies in creative writing and later decided to pursue accounting and administration. She enjoys literature and all forms of art.
Guy Langevin has worked in the magazine and photo industry for many years. He has had the chance to collaborate with and befriend some of the best photographers in the country, and you’ll rarely see him without either his running shoes or camera. guylangevin.net
Jenny Montgomery is a theatre director and writer who first learned her way around a darkroom in 1998. Photography runs in her family, so it was probably inevitable that it would be a part of her life. jennymontgomery.net
Valérie Racine began working for Apex Publications in 2001. Her background includes studies in art, art history and communications, and she is passionate about photography.
Amber Bracken’s interest is in the intersection of photography, journalism and public service with a special focus on issues affecting Indigenous people. She is based in Alberta with her dog and fiancé. amberbracken.com
Laurence Butet-Roch fell in love with journalism through Scoop, a Quebec sitcom set inside a newsroom. Studying international relations at the University of British Columbia and photography at the School of Photographic Arts: Ottawa led her to become a photographer with the Boreal Collective, a photo editor and a writer. lbrphoto.ca
Holding a passion for the world and an eye for the beauty it contains, Prince Edward Island-based Dave Brosha is one of Canada’s most diverse photographic artists and educators. His work covers a wide spectrum including landscape, portraiture, commercial and adventure imagery. davebrosha.com
David duChemin is a Vancouver-based photographer and adventurer. His bestselling books on the art of photography have been translated into a dozen languages. davidduchemin.com
Born in Australia and now based in British Columbia, Sam Edmonds is a documentary and conservation photographer who works with NGOs in Southeast Asia, Antarctica, Europe and Canada. samedmondsphoto.com
Ingrid Forster is a Toronto-based photographer specializing in visual storytelling and documentary photography. She is also a photo archivist, researcher, writer and educator. She holds a B.F.A. from Concordia University and both an M.A in Photographic Preservation and Collections Management and an M.D.M in Digital Media from Ryerson University. ingridforsterphotography.com
Cynthia Haynes likes her words sharp and her photographs (intentionally) blurry. A copywriter and editor, she works primarily with photographers to help them write about the work they create. cynthia-haynes.com
Maggie Hood is a portrait and wedding photographer based out of New Brunswick. With a passion for creative portraits and emotional imagery, her work has led her to shoot weddings and portrait sessions across Canada and internationally. maghoodphotography.com
Patrick La Roque
Patrick La Roque is a speaker, writer and professional photographer from Montreal. He is an official Fujifilm X-Photographer and founder of the KAGE COLLECTIVE, an international group specializing in visual storytelling and documentary work. laroquephoto.com
Jean-François Landry has been providing advice to photographic equipment buyers in Quebec City since 1989. He also shares his passion with amateur photographers through courses and magazine articles. cylidd.com
Marius Masalar is a photographer, tech journalist, and founding partner at a digital marketing firm in Toronto. He co-hosts a photography podcast called Candid, travels frequently, and writes about technology and productivity on his blog. mariusmasalar.me
Jon Reaves is a travel and nature photographer based in Alberta. Formerly a freelance photojournalist, Jon now focuses on Canada’s wild places and a bit of international travel. His photography and travel writing can be found at jonreaves.com and mapsandcameras.com.
Michael Ernest Sweet
Michael Ernest Sweet is a Canadian writer and photographer who lives in New York City. His work has appeared in Popular Photography, Digital Camera World, Black & White Magazine, Leica Camera and The Huffington Post, among others. @mesweetphotos
Dale Wilson is a freelance photographer based in Nova Scotia and long-time Photo Life contributor. His practice concentrates on commercial work, and creating images for several stock agencies. dalewilson.ca