I’m Justine Chiu.

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About Justine

Justine is an emerging HR professional and freelance photographer.

Toronto, ON, Canada

I build a better working world

I earned my Bachelor of Commerce in Human Resources Management at the Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University. I’m currently at EY¬†supporting Canada’s Talent Team in the areas of Diversity & Inclusiveness, Executive Talent Development, and HR Systems. I coordinate projects that elevate employee engagement through survey analysis, event planning, performance management coordination, and knowledge sharing.

On my evenings and weekends, I am a freelance photographer and mentor youth on their job search strategies and online presence development. It is my passion to build a better working world. I love what I do and I love the possibilities that I can create. Visit my LinkedIn Profile.

I tell stories with photographs

I photograph events and basically any space where people gather and have a great time. My style is unintrusive, candid, all about capturing natural emotion. I work inconspicuously, quietly, and quickly. I shoot with a Canon 5D Mark III and L-series lenses. I also shoot with a film rangefinder camera from the 1970′s called the Canon Canonet QL17 G-III with Kodak Portra film or Fujicolor Superia X-Tra film. View my portfolio.
Justine Chiu, Toronto Photographer


When Kim Newport looked into my eyes

It’s been almost a month since World MasterCard Fashion Week¬†(formerly known as just Toronto Fashion Week), but I thought it’s still worthwhile…

You’ll never make it

“The market is saturated.” “Everyone and their dog is a photographer.” “Anyone can be a photographer these days.” Wow. I’m so tired…

Your 20′s – Work, Love, and Happiness

“Reading at the dinner table is rude; but because I almost never see you read, I actually don’t know what to say.”…

Canon Canonet G-III QL17

According to Wikipedia, “the Canonet G-III QL17 is a coupled-rangefinder, leaf-shuttered, fixed-focal-length 35 mm camera first manufactured by Canon in 1972. It…

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