Roger Cullman is a professional, independent photojournalist based in Toronto, where he specializes in documenting arts and culture.
Roger's photography has been published in The Globe and Mail, Reader’s Digest, 24 Hours, Metro News, Spacing, Chart, Fast Forward, NOW Magazine and Sports Illustrated.
He's a regular contributor to blogTO, Toronto's source for hyper-local arts, music, film, fashion, food and news coverage. In recent years, he's covered such diverse stories as: Canada's Next Top Model auditions, Igor Kenk's bike heist, zombie walks, Honda Indy, Gay Pride Day, Nuit Blanche, Edgefest, VFest, Woofstock, Wakestock and the Pillow Fight League.
Roger is a graduate of the esteemed Photojournalism program at Loyalist College in Belleville, Ont. He also has a Journalism degree from Ryerson University. With these credentials he work seamlessly as a writer-photographer or a photographer-writer.
Roger grew up in an artistic household: His father, Peter Cullman, is an award-winning goldsmith/jewellery designer and his brother Yehudah is a talented visual artist. Roger first discovered photography as a child at art camp. When he rediscovered its beauty as an adult, it ignited his passion to tell stories with pictures as well as with words.
You can see his full website at rogercullman.com