Karyn Stowe, breast cancer survivor and author of the Kid’s Guide to Mommy’s Breast Cancer, plays outdoors with her three children, Max, 11, Annika, 8, and Charlotte, 6, Thursday November 15, 2012. (Galit Rodan for the Toronto Star).
Actor Gerard Butler, star of Playing for Keeps, poses for a portrait in Toronto’s Hazelton Hotel, Thursday, November 15, 2012. (Galit Rodan for the Toronto Star)
I looked at my time stamps for this shoot. First shot: 3:11:01. Last shot: 3:12:08.
Yup. One minute, seven seconds. That is all the time I was given by his flack. Thank god the man is so photogenic.
Edmonton-based pianist Roger Admiral, in Toronto to play a concert Saturday night at Gallery 345, performed a few pieces on the Canadian Music Centre’s new Steingraeber piano, Friday November 9, 2012. (Galit Rodan for the Toronto Star).
A friend of mine asked me for a photo today for a project he’s working on, which got me looking back through a bunch of photos I took in Cuba back in January 2010. Here’s one of the Havana shoreline (the Malecon) that I like, although I totally overlooked it back then.
Actress Sally Field was in Toronto promoting her new movie, Lincoln, Thursday, November 5, 2012. Field plays Mary Todd Lincoln in the Spielberg drama, set for release this month. (Galit Rodan for the Globe and Mail).
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Actress and director Melody Johnson enjoys the outdoors and often visits High Park with son Dash on weekends. The two strolled through the zoo in Toronto, Ontario, Saturday, October 27, 2012. (Galit Rodan for National Post).
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Portraits of Canadian designer Linda Lundstrom in her home outside Toronto, as well as in the trailer she uses as her studio.
Linda was so much fun to work with and, unlike many of the shoots I’ve done recently, I really got to take my time. It’s a luxury that doesn’t come along often these days and it was fantastic.
All photos copyright Galit Rodan/Toronto Star
The Bettys are a Toronto-based jazz/burlesque revival band that you should definitely check out if you have the chance. I loved their show at Balluchon Sunday night, November 11. Left to right: Olivia McLean, Lisette St. Louis and Patty Pedersen.
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Jeff Charles is one of the Toronto Star’s longest-serving employees, having worked in data processing/IT with the company for 42 years. He was photographed at his home in Bolton, October 27, 2012. (Copyright Galit Rodan/Toronto Star).