Aloysius Wong is a Toronto-born and -based photographer and photojournalist. He began learning about photography at an early age, watching his father carry around his camera during family outings. When he took a summer photography course on a whim in high school, he immediately fell in love with the craft.
During his time at the University of Toronto, Aloysius was the co-president of VicXposure the photography club at Victoria College. There, he photographed everything from theatre performances and student galas to academic conferences and alumni reunions. He also worked as the photo editor at The Mike, the student newspaper of St. Michael's College in the University of Toronto, and contributed photographs for publication in The Strand, The Varsity, and Maclean's.
Upon entering the world of journalism in 2021, Aloysius has since worked for CBC, CityNews, The Green Line, and America Magazine, and held editorial positions with the Toronto Metropolitan University publications The Otter and the Review of Journalism.
Aloysius's photojorunalistic interests are broad, but he has the most experience in event photography, having covered rallies, protests, formal dinners, graduations, and weddings. He also provides portrait services, and has regularly provided headshots for numerous student groups.
You can find him wandering the streets of Toronto, camera in hand, keeping a watchful eye and an open ear to the pulse of the city.
You can contact Aloysius by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.