HMAb: The Fundraiser – Angela Lewis

by Jamie Rosenthal on January 10, 2012

Just a quick reminder: HMAb: The Fundraiser is taking place on February 5th at the Gladstone Hotel in Toronto. Tickets cost $10 and can be purchased in the right-hand column of this blog. Naomi Harris, Daniel Ehrenworth and Brett Gundlock will be speaking about their latest projects. And 40 photographers have donated work to a silent print auction. All money raised from the sale of their prints will go directly to Heather. You can join the Facebook event page here. If you’re curious to know why we’re raising funds for Heather, please refer to “Some Good News and Some Bad News“.

Angela Lewis ©Jamie Rosenthal

Toronto-based photographer Angela Lewis has contributed an image to the fundraiser!

In addition to shooting fashion and editorial assignments, Angela has spent time working on two interesting personal projects. Her main website is under construction at the moment but her commercial portfolio can be seen on Grasshopper Reps and she regularly updates The Angeblog. Last January she started a photo-a-day project entitled Polish My Lens where she set-out to photograph and post one thing each day in 2011. And her latest project – Woodies and Belles – has her photographing fashionable people in Trinity Bellwoods Park. Checkout examples of Angela’s work below:


©Angela Lewis

©Angela Lewis

©Angela Lewis

Editorial assignments for The Grid:

©Angela Lewis

©Angela Lewis

©Angela Lewis

Polish My Lens:

05/01/2011 ©Angela Lewis

10/01/2011 ©Angela Lewis

27/06/2011 ©Angela Lewis

11/07/2011 ©Angela Lewis

12/08/2011 ©Angela Lewis

02/09/2011 ©Angela Lewis

25/12/2011 ©Angela Lewis

Woodies and Belles:

Belle Anna ©Angela Lewis

Belle Ash ©Angela Lewis

Belle Reena ©Angela Lewis

Belle Claud ©Angela Lewis

Woodie John ©Angela Lewis

Belle Kate ©Angela Lewis

And lastly, BIG THANKS to Liam Mogan at Grasshopper Reps for letting me shoot Angela at his studio!

If you have any questions regarding HMAb: The Fundraiser, please leave a comment or e-mail jamie @ Thanks!

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