POLARIZED: Photography from Svalbard & Antarctica

 Copyright © Paul A. Teolis

Copyright © Paul A. Teolis

Life After Digital Artist Talk Series

7-9 PM Thursday September 19th

Cost: Complimentary
Presented in association with Colourgenics
11 Davies Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M4M 2A9 

 As seating is limited, please RSVP to LAD@colourgenics.com

Join Award-winning photographer Paul A. Teolis for a fun, educational, and light-hearted look at Antarctica, working as an Expedition Photographer to an artist residency in the Norwegian Arctic. Through photos and video you will can gain a better insight into travelling to the most remote of destinations where icebergs are the size of buildings, and penguins roam with unwanted abandon in a land where the sun never sets. 

Graham Peddie, Product Strategist for Canon Canada, will present a number of Canon photographic solutions for professionals and aspiring professionals alike, including the 1Dx and popular, 5D Mk III.  



BIO: Paul A. Teolis

Paul A. Teolis is an award-winning photographer, educator, veteran of the film & animation industry and a travel-holic.

Photography has taken Paul to all corners of the world, and as an experienced expedition photographer, his multiple trips to Antarctica and recently the Arctic Circle continue to feed his love of ice, snow and wildlife.

As an animation profession he has contributed work on numerous feature films, television series and independent productions for such notable international studios as Dreamworks SKG, Disney Paris and Nelvana Studios.

Paul calls Toronto, Canada his home.

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BIO: Graham Peddie

Graham directs channel & brand management, marketing strategy, sales support, PR, events, social media outreach and business development for these channels. In addition, Graham runs Canon Canada's Northern Explorer of Light program, quarterbacking a team of highly acclaimed photo and video professionals.



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