The story of Bev Boyce, a 73-year-old lifeguard.
Mary Gaudet, MA, is a photojournalist with a background in anthropology, and a student at Loyalist College Photojournalism. Originally from P.E.I., she’s lived across Canada and conducted research in Latin America. This summer, she will be freelancing while soaking up Toronto’s cultural diversity.
Behind the scenes:
The finished RGB MOVE:
Ryan Enn Hughes is a Toronto based filmmaker-photographer working in both the fine art and commercial worlds. Ryan’s work is promoted commercially by Westside Motion. With the support of a Chalmers Arts Fellowship, Ryan is currently exploring new technologies and experimenting with interdisciplinary production.
His website is www.ryanennhughes.com
“There is one thing one has to have: either a soul that is cheerful by nature, or a soul made cheerful by work, love, art, and knowledge.” – Friedrich Nietzsche
Sadhu’s known as Rhada baba (left) and Luly baba smoke hashish at Pashupatinath temple near Kathmandu, Nepal.
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