PhotoSensitive

We are forever grateful to the talented photographers who have given their time, energy and creativity to PhotoSensitive. All accomplished artists in their own right, each photographer has a generosity of spirit and a sensibility that allows them to see life. With each assignment, the photographers take on the responsibility of entering into people's lives, seeing and learning, and becoming more human.

Here, you will find details of our photographer friends, their PhotoSensitive work and links to their own websites. These pages are dedicated to those talented individuals who have given freely their time and energy to help us realize our visions. Thank you.

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Craig Chivers
PROJECTS
Craig Chivers graduated from Carleton University in 1991 with a degree in biology and biochemistry. While at Carleton, he worked on the student newspaper as photographer and photo editor. Craig left in November 1992 for India and worked as a stringer for Reuters in Sri Lanka. He returned to Canada in 1994 and worked as a researcher and photographic assistant for the June 1996 story on Toronto in National Geographic. He spent three months in Brazil freelancing for Associated Press, then returned to Toronto and began a photo project on street kids that was included in the PhotoSensitive show Hand of Hope. Craig has freelanced for Maclean's, Canadian Press, the CBC and several literary magazines and commercial clients.