Toronto, ON, Canada
Emma Murray is a Canadian photographer and journalist interested in the intersection of marginalized populations, geopolitics and conflict. She currently works as a freelancer, splitting time between Toronto and the Middle East and North Africa region.
After graduating with a double major in International Relations and African Studies, she began perusing visual journalism with the strong belief that the world is better served when we tell complicated, important stories, through accessible methods.
Emma also shoots travel and lifestyle assignments in addition to news and features.
- Breaking news
- Video capture
- Video editing
How Do You Make a Home
“How Do You Make a Home” is a series of stories told by youth living and working in communities different from those in which they were born or from which they are descended. Each participant was asked what home means to them. While each experience was unique, most stories revolved around broader themes of community, identity, belonging and the struggle to come to terms with these elements in Canadian society.
Tourists gather at Berlin's Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe. There are few cities that publicly confront and examine their history through public space in the same way as Berlin. From the Cold War to present day, private and public actors have created accessible spaces that illuminate the cities dark past and imagine the nation's possible future.