Heather Favell is a Canadian photographer and visual artist based in Toronto, Ontario. She is best known for her vibrant and colorful photographs of everyday life.

Favell began her career as a photographer in the early 2000s, when she was still in high school. She was inspired by the work of photographers such as Robert Frank and Henri Cartier-Bresson, and began to experiment with different techniques and styles. After graduating from high school, she attended Ryerson University where she studied photography and digital media.

Favell's work has been featured in numerous publications including The New York Times Magazine, The Globe & Mail, National Geographic, and Vogue Italia. Her photographs have also been exhibited at galleries around the world including the Museum of Contemporary Art in Toronto, the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, and the International Center of Photography in New York City.

In addition to her photography work, Favell is also an active member of the Toronto art community. She has taught workshops at Ryerson University and has been a mentor for aspiring photographers through organizations such as Photographers Without Borders. She is also a founding member of the Toronto Photography Collective which works to promote local photographers through exhibitions and events.

Favell's work continues to be celebrated around the world for its unique perspective on everyday life. Her vibrant photographs capture moments that are often overlooked or forgotten, creating an intimate portrait of our lives that speaks to viewers on an emotional level.

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