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Roy Virtue

Roy Virtue

Roy Virtue is a Freelance Photojournalist/Reporter who has been photographing in and around the greater Toronto area for a number of publications in the city for about 20 years. Including Share, The Gleaner, Canada Extra, Contrast, Pride, Sway, Planet Africa, The Drivers Magazine, Guyana News, The Ethnic Umbrella, Snap Downtown Toronto & Expose Entertainment Magazine.

Working as a photojournalist/Reporter since 1987, Roy Virtue quickly became a recognized member with the CEMA-Canadian Ethnic Media Association all over Ontario. He has photographed famous celebrities such as Lady Diana, The Queen, The Queens Mother, Mohamed Ali, Denzel Washington, Brad Pitt, Rihanna & Beyonce just to name a few. He has covered over 200 hundred pageants and many more important events in Ontario.

On July 11th, Toronto kicked off the celebration of its 50th annual Caribbean Carnival with the festival’s official launch ceremony.
On July 6th, 2017, the CaribbeanTales International Film Festival (CTFF) partnered with the Barbados General Consulate to host the festival’s 12th annual media launch.
The Muhtadi International Drumming Festival (MIDF), now in its 18th year, is a two-day annual event that celebrates the drum, it’s presence in all cultures and its cultural relevance today in communities around the world.
This year's Harry Jerome Awards was one to remember, especially since Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife attended, with Trudeau delivering the keynote address.

Black Diamond Ball: In Photos

Monday, 29 February 2016 23:27
Toronto's first Black Diamond Ball on Friday was one of the hottest tickets in town.

PHOTOS: TBFF Tribute To Alfre Woodard

Tuesday, 16 February 2016 13:13
The Toronto Black Film Festival paid special tribute to American actress Alfre Woodard on Saturday.
Canadian comedians Jay Martin, Jean Paul, Trixx and friends put on two amazing comedy shows last night in Toronto followed by an after party hosted by former NBA player Shaquille O'Neal.

TBFF Opens With Powerful South African Film

Friday, 12 February 2016 13:30
The Toronto Black Film Festival opened on Wednesday night at the Isabel Bader Theatre to a nearly sold out audience.