Toronto's Changing Skyline: Cranes in the City - Glossi Mag

In the last decade, Toronto has seen massive city growth and a condo boom that is unprecedented in North America. Cranes in the City is a photo exhibition by Tony Cicero that shines a light on Toronto's newfound status as a hi-rise city. As a Toronto native, Tony felt this change first-hand after having trouble recognizing ...

 

Twelve photos that capture what it's like to work in a crane 700 feet above Toronto's streets

Toronto photographer Tony Cicero has travelled the world, capturing a gold-mining expedition in Patagonia, the Tour de France in the Pyrenees mountains and a music festival in the Swiss Alps. He shot his latest project, Cranes in the City, right here in his hometown-atop a crane platform 700 feet high.

 

100cameras Supporter Feature: Tony Cicero

Meet Tony, photographer and supporter of 100cameras. Tony has generously pledged to donate a portion of his photography sales proceeds to the 100cameras mission. We sat down with Tony to talk beginnings, inspiration and how he feels about teaching young kids the art of photo.