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Rodrigo Moreno


Rodrigo Moreno

Rodrigo Moreno was born in Santiago, Chile and has been a professional corporate
and documentary photographer in Toronto since 1992. While servicing a multitude of clients that include Ontario Tourism, Glucksteinhome, City of Toronto and Scholastic Canada, his work has carried him to various parts of the globe.

Moreno has received National recognition for his travel work in Cuba from the Canadian Association of Photographers and Illustrators and is the main subject in an award-winning documentary called “Shift Focus,” which features his inner-city community where he grew up and the collaboration with youth in the Amazon in Peru. He has been awarded countless grants for his work and has piqued the interest of major newspapers in Toronto while appearing on City TV, Sun Television, CTV and CBC radio on numerous occasions. He has also received an Honourable Mention from Canadian Living Magazine in the “Me to We” awards for creating a photography club that empowers youth in the Lawrence Heights community.

He has exhibited work in various galleries across Toronto, and one of his collections of work was selected as one of the must-see exhibits at the Contact Photography Festival while receiving a four-star (N) rating from Now Magazine. Moreno’s imagery of the Lawrence Heights community has now become a part of a permanent collection at the City of Toronto archives and has been featured in the editorial piece titled “The Picture Man,” which earned him a nomination for a National Magazine Award in Portrait Photography in 2021. Moreno continues to document his old
community for over thirty years.

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