Rehana Dhirani - Teacher and Grieving Daughter, for Toronto Life
Mitch Mofit - Internet Famous for ASAPScience, for Toronto Life
Laurie Shannon - Internet Famous as The Icing Queen, for Toronto Life
Sharon Brant - Advocate for Disabled People, for Broadview Magazine
Riz Sunny - Internet Famous for My Bollywood Body - For Toronto Life
Kelsey and Becky - Internet Famous for The Sorry Girls, for Toronto Life
Mark Opauszky - Necrotizing Fasciitis survivor, for Toronto Life
Amanda Rach Lee - Internet Famous Bullet Journalist, for Toronto Life
Jeff Barnaby - "Blood Quantum" Director
Destinee Wray - Internet Famous TikTok Performer, for Toronto Life
Chris Estima - Antiquere and Historian, for Broadview Magazine
Nana Boateng Osei - Entrepreneur, for Carleton University
Leemo Han - Restauranteur amidst a pandemic, for Toronto Life
Mohamad Fakih - President of Paramount Fine Foods, for Toronto Life
Tony Humble - Ancient, Battle-Scarred Eco-Warrior, for Carleton University
Julian Morana - Barkeep amid a pandemic, for Toronto Life
Eufemia Fanetti - Author, for PanoramItalia Magazine
Tony Volpe - Special Educator and Condo Flipper
Sahil Jaggi - Realtor
Megan and Paul - Property Investment for Toronto Life
Heather Conlon - Cannapreneur
Meghan Woodworth - Avian Specialist
Zack Ward - "A Christmas Story" actor as Scut Farkus
Jason Burke - Toronto's most influential sneakerhead
Reverend Kevin Fast - A lutheran pastor who moonlights as a strongman competitor
Kathleen Wynne - Former Premier of Ontario
Convert and Interventionist - Muhammad Robert Heft
Toronto MPP - Rosario Marchese
Chelsea Fan & Subway Man - Mike Palmer
John Tory - Mayor of Toronto
Katie Bear, compounder with LUSH cosmetics.
Bill Blair - Former Chief of the TPS, for the National Post
Margie Singleton - CEO Vaughan Public Library
Architect at Z.A.S. - Paul Stevens
Shopkeeper - Martin Zimmerman
Quranic Scholar - Dr. Muhammad Rustom
Alex Josephson -Toronto's architecture "it" boy
Canadian Racing Legend - Ron Fellows
Entrepreneurial Educator - Tony Bailetti
Cuppa Coffee Studio Principals
Dereck Revington, designer of Toronto's Luminous veil.
Annette Gruno, religious rebel and advocate of minorities
Teegan Mannion, Therapeutic Clown at the Hospital for Sick Children
Elizabeth Petrova, corporate art selector at the Art Gallery of Ontario.
Gonzalo, a hunter and part of the Shuar indigenous people of Ecuador
The future of journalism - Cover concept for a Costa Rican newspaper's 10th anniversary.
Maylee Todd - Toronto songbird
"Black Leaf Man"
Ryan Storm - Entrepreneurial teenaged food blogger, crusader for organic and whole foods.
Gregorio Guevara Espinoza is a tailor responsible for making costumes and uniforms for the celebrations in Nicoya. Part of a portrait series for The Voice of Nosara's Costa Rican Independence Day lead-up articles.
Wayne Morris, chef and owner of Toronto's Canadiana-inspired Borealia restaurant.