By: mark@foto.re

Paulette Cameron
November 23, 2021

Paulette (she/her) is Co-Editor-in-Chief and Creative Director of Like A Prayer Magazine. A recent graduate of a Master’s in Architecture from Dalhousie University, she is working as an Junior Architect at MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects in Kjipuktuk-Halifax, Nova Scotia. Paulette’s graduate thesis – entitled Invoking Memory: Traced Narratives of Mabou, Cape Breton – focused on framing and reframing memory in a landscape-driven process. Her work teases the boundaries between art and architecture, demanding a critique of theory and process. Among her body of work, she has exhibited Newfoundland/Lines, featured in the Rossetti/Watson Exhibition; Suitcase as part of the Public Architecture Copenhagen Studio’s open exhibition; and Fabrics of Power: Past and Future presented in the Amsterdam Urban Systems Studio. She was also a contributor to Catherine Venart’s Conceiving the Plan: Nuance and Intimacy in the Construction of Civic Space  exhibited in honour of Diane Lewis at the 2021 Venice Biennale. Paulette brings a nuanced design lens to the team at Covert Art Collective where she seeks a deeper understanding of process through the persons and rituals that construct it. She also currently co-hosts a radio show on CKDU 88.1 FM with her sister, Josefa.

likeaprayermagazine.com | @paulette.anne

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Josefa Cameron
November 23, 2021

Josefa (she/her) is a journalist and creative writer based in Halifax. She is currently working as a documentary writer with a Halifax-based production company. In 2020, she launched Like A Prayer Magazine with her sister, Paulette, and is the magazine’s Co-Editor-in-Chief/Executive Editor. Josefa is a member of the Canadian Association of Journalists and was recently named an influential woman on the East Coast of Canada by Amplify East.

Josefa studied Cultural Anthropology at The University of British Columbia and English Literature at Dalhousie University. She is currently a postgraduate student at The University of King’s College Journalism School. Josefa freelanced for The Coast, Discorder, Halifax Magazine, The Dalhousie Gazette, The Maritime Edit, ION Magazine, DOTE Magazine, Beatroute, and Weird Canada. She worked as a reporter and columnist at The Inverness Oran and a news broadcaster and interview producer at Seaside Radio. She hosted a radio show at CiTR 101.9 FM in Vancouver and currently co-hosts a radio show on CKDU 88.1 FM with her sister, Paulette.

likeaprayermagazine.com | @josefa.bambam

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Rita Godlevskis
June 10, 2020

PhotoED Magazine’s Editor /Publisher Rita Godlevskis has more than twenty years of experience in photography based, creative media work, in Canada, the UK, Australia and New Zealand. She has worked across multiple platforms with a diverse range of projects in her portfolio in editorial, and creative production contexts. A passion for promoting diverse voices in Canadian photography, and great coffee keep her fueled.

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Rita Godlevskis – Spotlight
November 12, 2021

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Milutin Gubash Spotlight
April 19, 2022

Milutin Gubash – Spotlight

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Mark Walton and Bart Gazzola – Spotlight
November 22, 2021

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Mark Walton
March 28, 2020

Mark Walton is the editor of foto:RE|VIEW magazine, and founder of the foto:RE collective. He was a director and curator of FLASH | CONTEMPORARY PHOTOGRAPHY HERE, held in Waterloo Region 2015-2017.

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Milutin Gubash
August 18, 2021

It is impossible to identify Milutin Gubash’s work with a specific medium as his highly multidisciplinary practice plays with narrative codes of video, sculpture, photography as much as performance.

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Bart Gazzola
November 25, 2020

Bart Gazzola is an arts writer, curator and photographer based in Niagara. He’s published with New Art Examiner, Canadian Art, BlackFlash Magazine (where he was editorial chair for three years), Magenta Magazine and Galleries West.

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Virgil Hammock
March 28, 2020

Virgil Hammock was born in Long Beach California in 1938. A Canadian citizen since 1973, He studied at the San Francisco Art Institute where a graduated with a BFA in 1965 after serving as a photographer in the US Army. He then studied at the Indiana University where he obtained a M.F.A in 1967.

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