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snapshot, April 2009

snapshot, April 2009

Issha Marie is a Toronto-based visual artist and contemporary photographer. She graduated from the University of Toronto in the summer of 2008, where she earned her Honours B.A. degree in English Literature and Visual Arts. She is currently taking a few years off before she pursues her MFA.

Flattened to Fit Paper is just one of her many recent and ongoing creative forays. Launched in March of 2009, the blog features articles highlighting various photography-related events as well as local emerging and veteran Canadian photographers. She foresees a possible career in contributing to a major arts and culture magazine one day, and she figures launching a photography blog will fuel her with enough motivation to write more.

During her spare time, Issha Marie can be found gallivanting across the city checking out various art openings and a multitude of concerts. She often has her Canon 40D on hand for possible creative photo ops.

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Zelly B. was born and bred in Toronto, and has been dabbling in the arts ever since she could properly use crayons. She colours in and out of lines depending on the day, views the world like a photograph waiting to be captured, and always carries the following on her person: a camera, a pen, and a notebook.

Also a graduate from the University of Toronto (with concentration in English, Art History and Visual Arts), she hopes to pursue a career in the arts, if only because it’s the one thing that’ll keep her sane. She mostly enjoys making up stories and considers herself a fiction-writer, but often comes out of her fictional worlds to write for flattened to fit paper.

She is currently in London, England (not Ontario) on a soul-searching mission and writes here as foreign correspondent, scoping out photography in international waters to bring inspiration back to Canadians everywhere.

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