Ryerson's Faculty of Community Services prepares students to promote the health and well-being of individuals, families, and communities, as frontline workers, policy makers and change agents.
We were tasked with designing and art directing their annual magazine, Imprints, which highlights their student, faculty and alumni successes. We breadth of stories was impressive which meant we were able to work with a wide range of contributors.
The cover story, about creating social change in a global context was cleverly illustrated by Sam Island. The incoming Dean, Lisa Barnoff, had her portrait taken by Jaime Hogge, who also photographed a whopping 12 other subjects for us for the issue's Spotlight and Teaching sections.
Jim Ryce tackled the Research section, photographing incredible alumni researching everything from self-sampling for HPV to how to make amusement park rides more accessible to people with disabilities. Arthur Mola spent some time in Ryerson's Gerard Resource Centre, a community hub for families, while Daniel Ehrenworth played in the studio for a feature about online learning.