September 1, 2018
LinkedIn Pulse writer & commentator Rashmee Roshan Lall features a candid photograph I captured above the headline in her article about Ha Jin, a Chinese poet.
Columbia Journalism Review
February 28, 2018
Karen Ho and Matthew Ingram featured a headline photo I took of a stack of newspapers in Toronto's Little India in their critical review of Canada's $50 million donation to assist local journalism.
University of Toronto News
May 15, 2017
University of Toronto News' Suzanne Stewart, director of the Waakebiness-Bryce Institute for Indigenous Health, featured my photograph in an article detailing UofT efforts to address Indigenous mental health and homelessness issues.
Toronto Transit Comission
July 11, 2016
Jackqueline Darwood, head of Strategy and Service Planning used a candid photo I took of people boarding a Toronto streetcar in an internal staff report detailing the importance of streetcars in TTC's integrated transit network (page 20)
March 18, 2016
Harry Cheadle, VICE US contributor featured a candid photo I took in Toronto of a man crouching down on the streets of Toronto in an article about male displays of emotion.
July 14, 2015
Leonard Brecken, of Oilprice.com featured a candid photo taken in Toronto in which I captured a woman reaching into a man's bag behind his back as part of his article entitled "The multi-trillion dollar oil market swindle."
Society for Economic Anthropology
April 9, 2015
Society for Economic Anthropology adapted a candid image I took in Toronto's Eaton Center for their 2015 conference promotional material.
Center for Teaching Innovation and Excellence
April 5, 2015
Steven Volk used a candid photo I captured of a small girl opening a large door as an inset photo illustrating resilience in his article about factors relating to student success.
The Daily Dot
March 12, 2014
Mark Greene, a contributor to The Daily Dot featured a candid photograph I took in Toronto in an article about Internet perceptions of sensitive men.
London School of Economics and Political Sciences
March 4, 2014
Arvind Magesan from the University of Calgary and Sacha Kapoor of Erasmus University Rotterdam used a photograph I took of Toronto's traffic control infrastructure as an inset photo in their article about signalling at intersections.