Christopher Dick is a photojournalist whose 15 years of experience includes all digital media. He has worked for Fortune 500 companies in Singapore as a still photographer and as a television photojournalist for Toronto's top-rated news channel. Some of his assignments have included documenting the clean water crisis in Native communities in the Arctic, following the lives of a fire brigade in Jamaica, and was embedded with the military during relief operations in Kashmir after the 2005 Pakistan earthquake.
In his capacity as a producer, Chris has worked on the current affairs program about Internet culture, Webnation, as well as producing live national coverage for multiple provincial and federal elections, major parades like Caribana and Pride Week, and breaking news for CP24/CityNews.
Previous to his television career Chris was a still photographer in South Florida where he documented the lives and communities of migrant workers in the Everglades as well as the quaint day to day life of a quickly vanishing "old Florida trailer park". Chris has also taught journalism to at-risk youth in Florida at the Palm Beach Photographic Workshops, and is an active member of the National Press Photographers Association, and the Committee to Protect Journalists.
Currently Chris is Director of Production at MGImedia where he has produced, shot and edited videos as well as creating video strategies for: Fast Company Magazine, INTEL, American Dental Association, Dell, Canada Goose Inc, CTV, Discovery Channel, Ford, Globe and Mail, Mazda, Microsoft XBOX, Rogers, CIX, Tony Robbins, DX3, Adobe, OverlayTV, BNN, idee, CP24 and Staples Canada . Chris also teaches both undergraduate and graduate Journalism at Sheridan College in Oakville, Ontario.
* Data Journalism, Kings College, Halifax NS
* Post Graduate Certificate in Journalism New Media, Sheridan College, Oakville, ON
* Bachelor of Arts, Philosophy and International Relations, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL