I was eight-years-old when I started to notice photography. To see time frozen changed my perspective. This was the late ’80s and it was the coolest thing I had seen because it was a representation of seeing the world. To capture a snippet of time. The beauty of a fleeting moment. The connections in life. My work is a testament to this.

Photography puts the world into perspective for me. It gives me a sense of adventure. And she has shown me the world—from Ghana, Brazil, Peru, Cambodia, Iceland, China, Cuba, Sri Lanka, Mexico, Ecuador, Chicago, Argentina, Kenya, crisscrossing North America, Egypt, Switzerland, Vietnam, Morocco, South Africa, and Turkey—and here at home in Toronto. I’ve worked with photography clients Apple, Red Bull, Gucci, Spotify, Lexus, Universal Music, Uber, Intrepid Travel, SickKids Hospital, the JUNO Awards, the Red Cross, and have been published/featured in Toronto Life, CBCViceApplied Arts and Billboard magazine. My work has been featured in the Contact Photography Festival, Sound Image (2017, 2018, 2019), Love Actually Exhibition and won 2019’s Applied Art’s Photojournalism Award. 🙏

UPDATE: I’ve updated my photography portfolio on my new website: www.ryanbolton.ca. It sparkles. If you’d like to contact me, please do so here.

UPDATE: I’ve updated my photography portfolio on my new website: www.ryanbolton.ca. If you’d like to contact me, please do so here.