Angela Lewis lives in Toronto where she focuses on storytelling and portraiture photography. She's always attuned to light's unique ability to reveal something new and unexpected in a scene. Angela's personal work is family-oriented, investigating the connections and disconnections between family members over time.
In 2016, she co-founded the photography collective SOFIA, which created a space for aspiring and working women photographers to make and discuss personal projects. Angela currently mentors emerging BIPOC photo-based artists.
SELECT CLIENTS & PUBLICATIONS: The New York Times, A&E, Monocle, The FADER, The Guardian, H&M, Needy Supply, Nuvo, The Sunday Telegraph, Etsy, Toronto Tourism, The Globe & Mail, Oh Comely, Macleans, Complex, Vice and The Walrus.
Feel free to get in touch for commissions + collaborations
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<<< photo captured by Brendan George Ko
2018 Lewis Pass, Likely General Gallery
2018 Format Walls
2018 Muse X Nuit Blanche, Places Between
2018 SOFIA X Bad Girls Collective, Lewis Pass
2017 Feminas Noche de Proyecciones, Buenos Aires, Argentina
2017 Encuentro de Mujeres Fotografas, Instituto Arcos, Santiago, Chile
2016 SOFIA Presents Bad Behaviour, Artscape Youngplace for CONTACT Photography Festival
2014 The Ones We Love Exhibit, Vienna
2010 Women x Women Toronto World MasterCard Fashion Week