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We are introducing a brand new series of Photo Essays! Have a look at amazing Photo Sets all shot by talented photographers. Explore the vibe of the city, its hidden treasures, meet the Torontonians! This time, let’s have a look at Toronto through the lens of John Steven Fernandez!
The Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology, established in 1967, is one of the best educational institutions in Toronto, offering high-quality post-secondary studies. The college educates more than 20,000 full-time students in ten Campuses scattered around the Greater Toronto Area (through the Newnham, King, Markham, Jane, Buttonville, Newmarket, Scarborough, Vaughan, Yorkgate, and Seneca@York Campuses).
The latter is located at the Keele campus of York University in the Stephen E. Quinlan Building and the Technology Enhanced Learning Building (TEL). When the creative disciplines are what gets you excited, you will find excellent programs for you right here — at the Animation Arts Centre, Communication Arts, Computer Studies, and Corporate Communication Departments. The school not only offers some of the most interesting degrees, such as 3D Animation, Graphic Design, and Independent Digital Photography. There are excellent facilities, a library, fully equipped classrooms, and a creative environment of keen students in which to join a discussion!
Take a look at the daily hustle and bustle in the school or admire the state-of-the-art architecture that is sometimes overlooked when the school day ends and students rush out into the streets of Toronto.
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Meet the Photographer
John Steven Fernandez (born 1990)
This Toronto based photography student, currently studying at Seneca College of Applied Arts, was born and raised in Toronto from Chilean-born parents. Growing up, John would often visit Chile, and would document every moment of his trips, which had a major impact on the style of photography he enjoys most today. John’s main disciplines of interest are street photography, photojournalism, news, and event photography. John’s greatest passion in life is to travel, experiencing other cultures and meeting new people. John’s dream is to one day travel the world documenting his experiences and communicating his emotions to the world through his lens.