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by: Jovin Tardif

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Did you ever want to know how it all happens?  What On What’s Good Founder and CEO Jovin Tardif goes behind-the-scenes to do some fun #cinqque5tion interviews with others.  The list includes filmmakers, musicians, producers, actors, actresses, writers, composers, broadcasters and many more.   It is a chance to get to know them better.


 Cinqque5tion 2019

Composer, Orchestrator, and Arranger James Warren Morris  
Actor Micah Kalisch
Director, Cinematographer, Editor, Teacher, Community Engagement Carla Sinclair  
CEO, Cinematographer, Photographer, Teacher, Editor Colin Burwell 
Writer, Director, Producer, MAD Resilience Films Mark Datuin 
Actor Suzanne Pratley
Actor Michael Chan
Producer, Director, Writer Andre Gaumond
Filmmaker and Editor Gianluca Olmastroni
Actor, Artist, Director, Producer, VO Actor Wendy Keeling
City TV Breakfast Television Co-host Roger Petersen
Musician, Songwriter Lynz Crichton
DJ, Producer and Artist 4Korners
​Photographer Leah Denbok
Actor/Director Jessica Gibson
Actor Robert Lee
Actor, Writer, Producer Jessica Danov
Jazz.FM91 Gumbo Kitchen Friday 9pm – Ronnie LittleJohn
Founder and CEO of Open Screenplay Khaled Sabawi
Connect in the 6 & Lalina Cosmetics Aline Kurik
Actor, Director, Stunts Tazito Garcia
PairingwithBeer Nick Purdy
Photographer Lisa-Marie McGinn
Armanda Lambert Author, adult fiction/photographer
Battle Sports Co-Founder Jimmy Cheung


James Warren Morris James is a Composer, Orchestrator, and Arranger and has a Masters of Music in Scoring for Film, Television, and Video Games from Berklee College of Music. He has composed for a variety of short films and documentaries in a variety of genres including comedy, science fiction, and drama, among others. His compositions combine complex orchestration and melodies mixed with the organic sounds and strong counter melodies that he brings from his jazz background. James often utilizes electronic elements in his music to bring a cutting edge sound to the soaring melodies that are present in the music.    He seeks to pin-point emotional aspects in the music that accent the picture accompanying it and create an emotional contour as a stand-alone source. He is continually searching for new opportunities to apply his craft to a range of media options and would love to be part of your production team. ​ Contact#cinqque5tion with Composer James Warren Morris (by: Jovin Tardif)

Armanda Lambert Author, adult fiction/photographer Armanda is a loving mother of two vivacious young ladies. She has had photography and poetry previously published. Having a gypsy spirit, she lives a full and charmed life, always looking forward to the joy on future horizons. She resides in Brantford, ON with her daughters. Her first novel, I Thee Fled, is available through Cavern of Dreams Publishing. Check out this great review on her book from Writer on the Run.#cinqque5tion with Author Armanda Lambert (by: Jovin Tardif)

We are professional storytellers producing documentaries, promotional films, art projects and commercial work. Our team of educators and community builders specialize in hands-on learning through story. Developing workshops for all ages, we deliver digital media curriculum for corporate groups as well as public, private and post-secondary schools. The company was started in 2005, by Colin Burwell – a budding entrepreneur then fresh out of college. Over a decade later the business has grown to be a trusted and recognized name throughout the Durham Region, Toronto and beyond. About Empty Cup Media creates high quality digital cinema + photo content. Our team approaches each project with an empty cup. Every story is unique and to be able to capture the essence within is to have the capacity to listen for it.  The name “Empty Cup Media”  is inspired by a Buddhist story. An American professor sat down with a Japanese Zen Master for some tea and to learn about Buddhism, Zen and enlightenment. The Zen Master poured his visitor’s cup full, and continued to pour. The professor watched the cup overflow until he cried, “My cup is full. No more will go in!” “Like this cup,” The Zen Master said, “you are full of your own opinions and speculations. How can I teach you unless you first empty your cup?” Carla Sinclair Director, Cinematographer, Editor, Teacher, Community Engagement Colin Burwell CEO, Cinematographer, Photographer, Teacher, EditorColin Burwell has been imagining through the lens from a young age. His skills today as a cinematographer have garnered him several awards for his documentaries “By Accident”, “Much Love Scott” and “Forget me Knots.” Colin’s knowledge and engaging personality earned him a teaching position at Durham College in the School of Media, Art and Design. Much of his career has been spent dedicated to facilitating many types of education. Colin writes and delivers customized photo and video workshops, volunteers with the Durham Region Film Festival and as a mentor for The Robert McLaughlin Gallery’s Media Team Carla Sinclair loves connecting with people in person and behind the lens.  This thirst for story collecting has become a lifelong interest. Creating unique films to share dynamic tales of people throughout her travels, Carla is driven by education through story. Sinclair directed Empty Cup’s award winning documentary films “By Accident”, “Much Love Scott”, “Forget me Knots”, and first feature length documentary “Heal Myself”. Carla shares her passion for building community as the Manager of Volunteer and Community Development at The Robert McLaughlin Gallery, as a teacher at Durham College, on the Durham Region Film Festival planning team and as an advisor for the City of Oshawa’s Cultural Leadership Council. #cinqque5tion with Empty Cup Media Colin and Carla (by: Jovin Tardif)

FOR THE LOVE OF FILM MAD Resilience Films is an independent film and theatre company founded by award-winning director Mark Datuin. We aim to support emerging artists and develop the skills of passionate filmmakers while entertaining the world through unique and innovative storytelling.#cinqque5tion with Writer, Director, Producer, MAD Resilience Films Mark Datuin (by: Jovin Tardif)

Suzanne Pratley is an actress, known for Groupies (2018), Delta Venus and How Heavy This Hammer (2015).   You will find me engaging, professional and enthusiastic. I have a unique look and a very expressive face that allows for emotions to be strongly conveyed. This has led to me being cast in a wide variety of projects including my favorite commercial for Victoria Gin which you may watch here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s5-Jo_g0VKA&authuser=0 #cinqque5tion with Actor Suzanne Pratley (by: Jovin Tardif)

Michael was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada and grew up in Richmond Hill, where he attended Holy Trinity School. With the original intention of becoming a doctor, Michael studied Human Biology at the University of Toronto. In his second year, he did some voice work for several student productions and caught the "acting bug". After graduating, he enrolled at the Toronto Film School (International Academy of Design and Technology) in the CBC Building and began auditioning for roles in theatre and independent film productions. He often volunteered to perform in student projects from the Film Production and Sound Engineering programs at the school and was interviewed by CBC Radio 1 for his work. In 2007, Michael landed his first theatre role as a Chinese pirate in the Toronto Pirate Festival's stage show. This was followed by Forward Theatre's critically acclaimed production of William Shakespeare's "Macbeth" where he played Angus, and then the leading role in the Toronto Chinese Business Association's production of "The Legend of the Dragon Boat Festival". Michael's on-screen career began when he started doing background work on major productions. What he learned from those experiences prepared him for when he found an agent in order to audition professionally. Now, Michael works predominantly in film and television and has appeared in productions such as "Dan For Mayor", "Covert Affairs", "Slasher", and "Mayday". #cinqque5tion with Actor Michael Chan (by: Jovin Tardif)

About info@andregaumond.com Andre Gaumond works in cinema since 1983. He has worked on many features film as a first assistant director or as a script supervisor with director like: Tony Scott, Werner Herzog, Marc Simenon, Jean-Claude Lauzon and many more. As a screenwriter he received for « Zakis » the Award for BEST FEATURE SCREENPLAY at the Angel Film Award Monaco International Film Festival, the 3rd BEST FEATURE SCREENPLAY at the Indie Fest USA International Film Festival and the BEST FEATURE SCREENPLAY at the Winnipeg Real to Reel Film Festival. For « Cuba La Diva » he received an HONORABLE MENTION at the Orlando Hispanic Film Festival and the BEST FEATURE SCREENPLAY at the Rome Independent Prisma Awards. He has produced, directed and make the photo on many documentaries like: « I can’t, I live in Cuba! », « Vietnam, The Country Of Dreams », «L’Excision, Un Mal Qui Fait Encore Mal» and much more. He directed cinematic for video games at UBISOFT, like: Batman, Tarzan, Jungle Book Rythm’n groove, and supervise the cinematic for other games: Rainbow VI- Raven Shield, and Myst IV.  He was the Producer, Director and Screenwriter of short fiction films: «UN FILS (A Son)» has won 16 Awards in Internationals Film Festival.  «RUN OUT» has won 2 Awards in Internationals Film Festival.  «SWAP» has won 27 Awards in Internationals Film Festival.  He has also directed 56 web clips and music video for the TV Series «BIB TOP ACADEMY» for Apartment 11 Productions.#cinqque5tion with Producer, Director, Writer Andre Gaumond (by: Jovin Tardif)

I am Gianluca Olmastroni, a Toronto-based filmmaker and editor. I am always interested in working on exciting projects in film, digital media, and creative initiatives beyond.  With over a decade in film/media production across two continents, I am experienced in multiple creative, technical and management roles. My diverse background has evolved from a film buff turned self-shooter, turned film analysis student, turned entrepreneur. I have been involved in various stages of professional media production for many years. From 2009 to 2015 I co-founded and ran Effetto Espanso, a small videography studio.  I have dealt with corporate and creative work. I’ve provided services for clients and I’ve completed self-directed projects. I am used to working in teams, having held many different positions inside them. When I moved to Toronto to pursue a career in film and TV post-production, I embraced a self-starter attitude, and I'm used to tight deadlines. I have a comprehensive home studio set up, but I also am mobile and flexible when it comes to contracts and work hours. I am drawn to the energy of doing on-set work. I am fluent in various software and workflows, and I do my best to stay caught up with the always evolving technology. I'm comfortable with (but not limited to) the whole Adobe suite (including Premiere Pro, After Effects and Photoshop), Avid Media Composer, Apple Final Cut Pro X, DaVinci Resolve. I have a film studies academic background, which I like to think enables me to produce visually compelling projects grounded in an understanding of film theory and grammar. Working in film and TV post-production is not just about knowing how to operate the suite or what are the fastest keyboard shortcuts, my goal is to merge my technical skills with my knowledge of film history and appreciation. When I am not working, I enjoy photography, walking around the city, cooking and, as you may have imagined, coffee ☕️Oh, and sticky notes! Grab yourself a cup of coffee, and take a look around! There are many examples of my previous work. Feel free to use any of the social media links below, or the Contact page.#cinqque5tion with Filmmaker and Editor Gianluca Olmastroni (by: Jovin Tardif)

TENACIOUS🎃MULTI-TALENTED🎃DETERMINED🎃CREATIVE ARTIST STRIVING TO COLLABORATE AND WORK WITH PASSIONATE LIKE MINDED INDIVIDUALS 💎CHECK HER OUT ON SOCIAL MEDIA💎#cinqque5tion with Nice2Sparkle Studios Jennifer Boorman #whatonwhatsgood (by: Jovin Tardif

Tazito Garcia is a multi -award winning actor and director known for his roles as Axel in the award winning action-comedy First Bust (2015) and General Sevchenko on the Machinima series, Battlefield: Divided we Stand (2015) based on the sixth-best-selling video game franchise "Call of Duty". Garcia is also known for his intricate Hong Kong style fight scenes as well as his sheer heroic screen presence and charisma. The Briefcase (2011) was Garcia's big-screen debut in Hollywood, as the director and star of the film. It earned Taz several nominations and awards, notably the "Breakout Male Action Star"(2013) at the AOF International Film Festival in Los Angeles . Since then he has appeared in countless productions internationally including action/comedy First Bust (2015) earning him the title of "Male Action Performer of The Year"(2015), and Lost in the Pacific (2016), one of the largest Hollywood/China co-productions. Garcia was the sole Canadian actor selected to join the international cast alongside Brandon Routh- Superman Returns, Russell Wong- Romeo Must Die, and the Vincent Ward -Walking Dead. Garcia's continual devotion and unsurpassed passion for film has recently been recognized as the youngest recipient of the "Icon Award" (2016) presented by the legendary Dr. Bob Goldman and Michael DePasquale Jr. in Los Angeles. As a pro athlete, Garcia prides himself in performing all his own action scenes and stunts. This martial arts champion is also a great supporter of countless charities that include The Sick Kids hospital, Support for Cancer treatment, and Jackie Chan's Dragon's heart "Build a School for a Dollar Program". Taz's goal is to always strive for self improvement and continue being a positive role model for young generations. Garcia was born on November 20, 1984, in Madrid, Spain where he grew up as an elite athlete and performance was second nature. While growing up to mixed parents, the multilingual Tazito traveled around the world with his family and often solo while playing professional soccer for the "Red Devils" (Manchester United) and professional tennis (ATP JRs). Garcia also earned his first dan black belt in the late 90s where he also competed in full contact karate, kung fu, greco wrestling and later trained in the art of capoeira. The Toronto based actor began acting when he was much younger, appearing in many TV commercials and his first theatrical role as "Anubis" in King Tut (1995). However, after moving to Toronto in 2002, Tazito has pursued his acting and modeling career more seriously, landing him several appearances on television shows, print work and major productions while balancing out his university degree. Taz majored in Hospitality & Tourism management and minored in business and psychology. Taz has also tried being on the other side of the camera and has several accolades as a director. Some of his work includes - Dark Side (2009), The Briefcase (2012), Dead End (2013), Vita Chambers' official World Cup Song - El Camino and buddy cop action-comedy, First Bust (2015). - IMDb Mini Biography By: Representation  Tazito Garcia is a multi -award winning actor and director known for his roles as Axel in the award winning action-comedy First Bust (2015) and General Sevchenko on the Machinima series, Battlefield: Divided we Stand (2015) based on the sixth-best-selling video game franchise "Call of Duty". Garcia is also known for his intricate Hong Kong style fight scenes as well as his sheer screen presence and charisma. The Briefcase (2011) was Garcia's big-screen debut in Hollywood, as the director and star of the film. It earned Taz several nominations and awards, notably the "Breakout Male Action Star"(2013) at the AOF International Film Festival in Los Angeles . Since then he has appeared in countless productions internationally including action/comedy First Bust (2015) earning him the title of "Male Action Performer of The Year"(2015), and Lost in the Pacific (2016), one of the largest Hollywood/China co-productions. Garcia was the sole Canadian actor selected to join the international cast alongside Brandon Routh- Superman Returns, Russell Wong- Romeo Must Die, and the Vincent Ward -Walking Dead. Garcia's continual devotion and unsurpassed passion for film has recently been recognized as the youngest recipient of the "Icon Award" (2016) presented by the legendary Dr. Bob Goldman and Michael DePasquale Jr. in Los Angeles. As a pro athlete, Garcia prides himself in performing all his own action scenes and stunts. This martial arts champion is also a great supporter of countless charities that include The Sick Kids hospital, Support for Cancer treatment, and Jackie Chan's Dragon's heart "Build a School for a Dollar Program". Taz's goal is to always strive for self improvement and continue being a positive role model for young generations. - IMDb Mini Biography By: Representative  Trade Mark (5)  Likes to give thumbs up Known for his 'colgate' smile Likes to connect with everyone on set - no matter who and which department Often has outtakes at the end of his films of failed stunts and other snippets that never make the final cut Does all his own character stunts but does not do stunt work Trivia (10)  Taz trained for many years in various countries, and courts to become a well re-known ATP junior seeded tennis star. His last appearance was on the Roland Garros clay courts in France. Taz wanted to become a professional soccer player at the age of 13 when he was scouted to play for the 'Red Devils' Manchester United. Taz has trained in various martial arts including shotokan karate, greco wrestling, kung fu & capoeira. Taz wanted to be a police officer or a jet fighter pilot growing up. Taz raced professional go-karts (600cc) and worked his way to (1000cc) hoping to one day race F1. Tazito Garcia was signed on for the role of Sgt. Nikolai during early production stages of Bollywood blockbuster film Shivaay. Due to unexpected climate changes in the original filming locations in Calgary, Alberta - Filming went into a one year hiatus and a change in filming locations and schedules resulted in the recasting of the character with Markus Ertelt. The Toronto based actor began acting when he was young, appearing in many TV commercials and his first theatrical role as "Anubis" in King Tut (1995). Tazito majored in hospitality & Tourism management and minored in business and psychology. Tazito is multilingual and has traveled around the world since his child hood. He can speak, read and write English, French, Portuguese, Arabic, and Spanish. Also has good command of the Cantonese dialect. Tazito often uses Hong Kong vocal sound effects when explaining a fight scene and rehearsing choreography. He often uses the word "ai-ya" when he gets hit accidentally.#cinqque5tion with Actor, Director, Stunts Tazito Garcia
(by: Jovin Tardif)

Welcome to Battle Sports™ We are Toronto’s best entertainment arena that offers 4 exciting and unique experiences, perfect for birthday parties, Team Building and Corporate events. We are located in Toronto, Ontario at 26 Ashwarren Road, Canada. Below you will find information on how each experience works. You can also book one of the experiences by clicking below or you can call us at 647-800-6977 or email us at info@battlesports.ca#cinqque5tion with Battle Sports Co-Founder Jimmy Cheung (by: Jovin Tardif)

Wendy Keeling was born on July 31, 1967 in Bloomington, Illinois, USA. She is known for her work on Clown College (2019), Madhouse Mecca (2018) and 10/31 (2017). She is married to Kevin Keeling.#cinqque5tion with Actor, Artist, Director, Producer, VO Actor Wendy Keeling (by: Jovin Tardif)

Roger Petersen Co-Host Roger Petersen is the co-host of Toronto’s longest-running morning show, Breakfast Television. Petersen has delivered the local stories that matter most to this community for close to two decades. He is committed to breaking down the critical stories and keeping audiences updated on the fun events and trends happening around the city. As a long-time anchor and reporter for CityNews, Roger has covered some of the largest stories to unfold in his hometown – from the horrific van attack in 2018 to the G20 and G8, SARS and the Papal visit. Roger joined the Toronto Citytv team in 1999, undertaking a variety of roles including reporter, anchor and host of the car show Autoshop. He became Toronto’s first morning show reporter when he joined the BT team in 2002. Roger then moved to Vancouver to anchor CityNews at 6 and 11, before moving back to his hometown. Roger grew up in Weston and began his broadcasting career in radio after studying Radio & Television at Seneca College. Roger has volunteered his time with numerous charities including CNIB, Cardiac Health Foundation and Victim Services Toronto. He also enjoys sailing, skiing, movies, reading and traveling, but above all else Roger loves spending time with his beautiful son, Mckenna.)#cinqque5tion with City TV Breakfast Television Co-host Roger Petersen
(by: Jovin Tardif)

Lynz Crichton writes acoustic indie-folk country-pop music and emails one DEMO song out per week to her Crichton Clan email and Youtube subscribers.#cinqque5tion with Musician, Songwriter Lynz Crichton (by: Jovin Tardif)

Now 4Korners, the official DJ of the Raptors and the second-longest-running DJ in the NBA, is releasing his debut EP on his own label.#cinqque5tion with DJ, Producer and Artist 4Korners (by: Jovin Tardif)

​“I invite you to look into the eyes of the homeless… they tell a story.” ​Homelessness is a serious problem throughout North America—even in Canada and the United States, two of the richest countries in the world. “We must stop this madness,” says Leah den Bok, the teenage Canadian photographer who travelled with her dad for over two years to cities throughout North America, photographing and interviewing the homeless. Leah was inspired by the story of her mother, who at three years old was rescued from the streets of Calcutta by Saint Teresa (formerly Mother Teresa). Nowhere to Call Home is a collection of gritty, black-and-white photographs and the personal stories of individuals who live on the streets. ​The haunting beauty of the images will stay with you, long after you turn the last page.​ Net proceeds from the sale of this book are given to the Salvation Army Barrie Bayside Mission Centre.   Volume Two continues where my first book left off, with forty photographs and stories of people experiencing homelessness. It is a part of my ongoing mission to change the general public's perception of those experiencing homelessness. So often they are viewed as subhuman creatures, or a lower order of being than human. Through my photographs and stories I am trying to humanize them, to help the general public see that, apart from the unfortunate circumstances in which these people find themselves, they are no different than you and I. I am heartened that, judging from the comments that my first book has received from people around the world, my work seems to be having this effect. Net proceeds from this book are given to Home Horizon: Transitional Support Program.​#cinqque5tion with Photographer Leah Denbok
(by: Jovin Tardif)

Jennifer Gibson is an actress and director, known for A Dog's Way Home (2019), Suits (2011) and Maps to the Stars (2014).#cinqque5tion with Actor/Director Jessica Gibson
(by: Jovin Tardif)

Robert Lee was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He is an actor, known for Devil (2010), Onimusha: Warlords (2001) and 21 Jump Street (1987).#cinqque5tion with Actor Robert Lee (by: Jovin Tardif)

Biography Jessica Danov has been performing in some way or another since she was old enough to dress herself (the choice to pair cords with stripes for her kindergarten photo is a source of pride to this day).  From singing for the bus driver and his passengers every morning on the way to daycare, founding the drama club at her arts deprived high school, to fearlessly tackling the role of Stephano (the drunken butler) in Shakespeare’s The Tempest, Jessica always knew that acting was what she wanted to do when she grew up, she just didn’t know the best way to go about it.   Enter Fanshawe College and their two year intensive Theatre Arts Program.  The teachers’ approach to the craft immediately clicked for her and inspired a new level of commitment and perseverance. Since graduating Jessica has sunk her teeth into a wide range of roles including Tyler in Neil LaBute’s Some Girl(s), Hero in Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing, Natalie in Jennie’s House of Joy (for which she received a stellar review) and Betty in the feature film The Weight.   She is also a writer, yoga enthusiast, and master baker in the making who speaks basic French (apparently ‘Quebecois’ French according to the Parisians she met on a student exchange) and aspires to learn more than just the words for milk, tea, grandmother, and grandfather that she already knows in Macedonian. Her acting ambitions include working on the locally filmed series Hannibal or in any feature opposite Sam Rockwell.#cinqque5tion with Actor, Writer, Producer Jessica Danov (by: Jovin Tardif)

Join host Ronnie Littlejohn in the Gumbo Kitchen for a musical journey through the Crescent City. The show explores New Orleans jazz, swampy funk, second-line brass bands. Add a dash of soul and gospel, with a pinch of New Orleans rhythm and blues, and you’ve got a delicious savoury gumbo! Ronnie Littlejohn played in the funk-soul band Planet Earth for more than 15 years with Kevin Turcotte and Ben Riley. To read Ronnie’s full bio, click here. You can reach Ronnie at gumbo@jazz.fm#cinqque5tion with Jazz.FM91 Gumbo Kitchen Friday 9pm – Ronnie LittleJohn (by: Jovin Tardif)

Khaled Al Sabawi - Founder & CEO - Open Screenplay ... ca.linkedin.com › khaled-al-sabawi-1067675b Khaled Sabawi is an award-winning 3x-entrepreneur who successfully founded and continues to lead impact businesses in the fields of renewable energy, real-estate development, and tech.#cinqque5tion with Founder and CEO of Open Screenplay Khaled Sabawi (by: Jovin Tardif)

Aline Kurik. Occupation: Community Service Worker and Makeup Artist. Age: Age is just a number, I'm a kid at heart:) Lifestyle: I live to love and laugh for all time. Jupe Cambridge and Belfast Bolero both made by Montreal based designer Cherry Bobin.#cinqque5tion with Connect in the 6 & Lalina Cosmetics Aline Kurik
(by: Jovin Tardif)

Blog name: PairingwithBeer. The original PairingwithBeer pairing: a portrait by Toronto-based artist D$ (Danny Smith) paired with the “Audrey Hopburn” Belgian-style IPA from Great Lakes Brewery#cinqque5tion with PairingwithBeer Nick Purdy
(by: Jovin Tardif)

Meet the girl behind the lens: Lisa-Marie is a Scottish-born Freelance Photographer who specializes in Fashion, beauty and conceptual portraiture. Lisa-Marie graduated from Grant MacEwan University's Design and Photography program in 2013 and has actively been pursuing her photography career ever since.  She found her love and passion for photography during grade 10 of High School in 2007 and ever since she got hold of a professional camera she has shot a variety of subjects that led her to where she is now.  Since graduating in 2013, Lisa-Marie has been published in a variety of magazines that include Papercut Magazine, Ellements Magazine, Hacid Magazine and Dark Beauty Magazine to name a few. She has also had the cover of several magazine such as Model Life Magazine's launch issue, children's magazine Petite Magnifique, The Alchemist Magazine's Beauty Issue, Lyun Beauty Issue, Picton Beauty Issue, Like A Lion, Elegant Magazine and Lash Inc. She is featured on the Editor's Choice page of 500px. A few of her images have been shown in New York City. She recently won Vistek's "Show Us Your Best Contest" and had a 6 page spread interview for Practical Photography Magazine's Pro Showcase for the July 2016 issue.  Lisa-Marie was a speaker at ProFusion in 2016 and the 2016-2017 columnist for Practical Photography Magazine.  She hosted her first Edmonton Seminar on April 6th 2017 as well as her first Calgary Seminar on April 13th 2017 sponsored by Canon, Elinchrom and Vistek. Keep an eye out for future workshops/seminars! Lisa-Marie was chosen to be one of the photographers at The People Model Camp in collaboration with Coco Rocha and Coco Rocha Model Camp in July 2019 in Calgary.  She is also an Elinchrom, Canon and 500PX Ambassador.    "Photography is endless and my imagination is limitless."  - Lisa-Marie McGinn#cinqque5tion with Photographer Lisa-Marie McGinn (by: Jovin Tardif)

Micah Kalisch is an actress, known for Christmas Stars (2019), Sound of Christmas (2016) and The Christmas Chalet (2019).#cinqque5tion with Actor Micah Kalisch
 (by: Jovin Tardif)


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