picture by Dan Epstein
Natalie Logan, was born and raised in Toronto. She has almost finished her Honours BA at the University of Toronto where she has majored in Near and Middle Eastern Studies and Religion. She is currently working for the summer as a research assistant to professor Michael Page of OCAD University of the Photom League. The Photom League is a holography lab based out of 401 Richmond which produces both digital and real world holograms.
Natalie is a self taught artist, and in her spare time is an avid photographer and videographer. She shoots on a Canon D-SLR and Yashika film camera.
Natalie is also a drummer and vocalist for a music project called "Create vs Destroy".
This busy artist has in the past year has done 3 installation performance pieces, and shown five short films (three at the Heart House, U. of T.
Her most successful piece was the photo series, "Our Finest's Faces, Get Your Head Shot.", at Gallery 1313, which received a lot of media review due to its G20 content.
The exhibit and content was covered by The Globe and Mail, The Toronto Star, The CBC, and the Parkdale Liberty Villager paper.
You can see more of Natatlie's pictures by clicking here to be taken to her blog.
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