Solana Cain tackles editor role at Globe and Mail

MOMBASA, KENYA (26/11/2015) – A local fisherman looks for starfish to sell to tourists in the Indian Ocean early one morning when the tide is high on the coast of Kenya. Photo by Solana Cain

After completing a Bachelor of Journalism from Ryerson University, Solana Cain earned a diploma in photojournalism from Loyalist College. She interned at Toronto Life magazine and the Sudbury Star newspaper. Recently, Solana travelled to Naotkamegwanning First Nation in Northwestern Ontario to work as a contract employee for Journalists for Human Rights. Since returning, Solana was one of the first artists in residence at Nia Centre for the Arts in Toronto. Currently, Solana works as a photo editor at The Globe and Mail newspaper.

Photojournalism Program Testimonial:

“Photography was my hobby growing up but at Loyalist I learned the craft of photojournalism. I was taught how to take photos with depth and how to produce engaging photo stories. Photojournalism has paved the way to numerous jobs I never considered or knew about after university. Loyalist College equipped me with a unique skillset that has opened the door to an exciting job with Canada’s national newspaper, The Globe and Mail.”


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