Sam Kanga is a Toronto based photographer and writer. He became very interested in photography as a teenager, strongly influenced by the work of photographers such as Cartier-Bresson, Elliott Erwitt, David Seymour, W. Eugene Smith, Robert Frank and many others.
Photographing in India, France, the UK, as well as North America has resulted in a wide body of work. He has also photographed for the Canadian Opera Company, The National Ballet School, as well as independent dance and theatre. Photographing for literary magazines gave him the opportunity to meet and photograph Canadian and International writers.
Having worked for many years at large commercial photography studios and full service agencies as Senior Account Executive, he handled extensive projects for large clients.
He currently owns a full service company offering Marketing, Design, Photography, Print and Interactive services.
He also enjoys critiquing portfolios and advising photographers.