L!N is a portrait photographer based in Toronto whose work focuses on people places and things. This meticulous image maker with an eye for casting was born in Quebec City but was raised in Toronto. Caught between the French and English Canadian cultures, she discovered a passion for photography and visual storytelling. Her current work is inspired by a need to find her own identity by exploring defining moments in her life. L!N has adopted a cinematic aesthetic that is influenced by 70s Glam and Punk Rock movements. She shoots in both digital and medium format.

L!N graduated with honours from both Seneca College's Independent Digital Photography program and from George Brown College's Advanced Project Management program. She is a candidate for Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography from X University (previously Ryerson University), expected Graduation, 2022. 


2021 -  Function Magazine SmokeStack Award

2020 - Women's Art Association of Canada/The Dixie Allen Excellence in Photography - Ryerson

2019 - Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival - Maximum Exposure - Honourable Mention

2017 - IDP Challenge - Winner, Best Still Life Photography (Dylan Ellis Gallery, Toronto)



Scotiabank Contact PhotographyFestival- Maximum Exposure- Outdoor Installation

Ryerson Function 22


 Ryerson 3rd Year Online Group Show: A part of me/A part from you: Toranna Punks

Ryerson Function 21: the Human Experience Magazine

Ryerson Art Space - First Edition Group Book Show 


Scotiabank Contact PhotographyFestival- Maximum Exposure- Honourable Mention

Ryerson Function 20th Anniversary Magazine

"Emergence" group show - 8th Annual Ryerson-Brighton, UK. Exchange Exhibition.


Gladstone Hotel - PhotoEdMagazine Exhibition/Group Show


Centennial College, Toronto – Group Show

Steamwhistle Roundhouse, Toronto -Seneca Coalesce Opus

Dylan Ellis Gallery, Toronto -Seneca Graduation Show

Dylan Ellis Gallery, Toronto - IDP Challenge 2017

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