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Congrats TAM + KYT


Congratulations to 4th year photo duo Jessie Kitchen & Tamara Leger (TAM + KYT) for being published in the Spring issue of PhotoEd Magazine!

Call for Photographic Work

Ursha Rajah

Photo by Ursha Rajah (2016 OCAD U Photo Alumni) http://www.deaandgrey.com

PhotoEd Magazine Presents: The PhotoEd Platform
Canadian. Contemporary. Photography. Connections.


Call for Submissions: Now Open

Location: Online

Fees to artists: NONE.

The PhotoEd Platform is a new & innovative project that aims to inspire and promote emerging Canadian contemporary photographers. The PhotoEd Platform will primarily function online, with live events as community touch-points. We are invested in developing a community of people for the ethical treatment of photography.


The PhotoEd Platform creates connections between fresh image creators and seasoned industry experts, and includes the community at large. We want to show-off, and share your work with everyone in Canada AND give back to the community. By creating an online gallery/ marketplace curated by a professional jury, the NOURISH COLLECTION looks to demonstrate what’s possible through collaboration.

Submit images that NOURISH.

Share what nourishes the body, mind and spirit.

This theme allows photographers to share their creative interpretations on what nourishment means to them. Consider the connections viewers will have with this theme, and how sharing your work in this context will literally and directly promote the facilitation of nutritional aid within your communities.

Photographers may submit up to 5 images for consideration.

Images selected as part of the collection will be available for sale online as:

  1. Images for commercial license use. Profits from commercial license sales are divided equally between the PhotoEd Platform & the artist.
  2. High quality fine art prints. Profits from print sales are divided equally between the PhotoEd Platform & the artist.
  3. Low-res digital images for PERSONAL use as desktop/ mobile wallpaper. 100% of the profits from these sales will be donated to FOODBANKS CANADA. 


Janetta Dancer – Art Manager/Simon and Schuster Publishing – NYC // Liz Sullivan – Maclean’s Magazine Director of Photography // Natalie MacNamara- NAMARA represents // Andrew Tolson- Editor-in-Chief, Video-Rogers Media, Publishing Division // Raff Melito & Julie Belanger – Full Serve Productions // Nuno Silva – Stocksy United // Thomas Bouquin – enRoute Magazine //Adam Snellings – Art Director // Derek Shapton – Westside Studio – Photographer //

Dolores Gubasta – KlixPix Photo Agency //SOFIA (Society of Females in Art) // Ruth Alves – Art Director // Alexis Marie Chute – Curator // Jean-Francois Proulx – Direction artistique + collaboration graphique





 Questions?  Contact: Rita Godlevskis/ rita@photoedplatform.ca /416.452.2415



OCAD U is well represented in PhotoEd Magazine’s 2015 Schools Issue!


When you open up the 2015 Schools Issue of PhotoEd Magazine, you will find major representation from OCAD U!

Congratulations to:

Emma Blackshaw (2015 Graduate)
Genevieve Blais (2015 Graduate)
Gabby Frank (2015 Graduate)
Mara Gajic (4th year Photo Major)
Allison Morris (2015 Graduate_
Cailen Speers (2015 Graduate)
Alexandra Votsis (2015 Graduate)

Pick up your copy of PhotoEd Magazine today!
Current Issues $8, 1 year subscription $18





Get your work published: deadline June 5


PhotoEd Magazine, a magazine designed to promote inspiration and education in photography, wants to see what you have been working on!  Now that the semester is over, go through your work and create a submission before June 5th at 5pm.  This should include:

  • 5-10 images from 1 or 2 bodies of work, sized approx.  8”x10” (72dpi)
  • Image list (title, year, scale) and contact info (email & phone)
  • Brief artist statement (1-2 paragraphs)
  • Bio & CV (optional)

Place the above info in a Dropbox file and email  an invitation to felix@photoed.ca


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