Nadia is a third-year journalism student at Ryerson University with a love for both journalistic and fictional storytelling. When she’s not curled up in her bed reviewing films or planning her next European escape, she is out working towards her goal of becoming a news reporter. As the editor-in-chief of CanCulture Magazine, her promise is to delve deep into the realm of Canadian arts and culture and help create a unique and diverse collection of stories.
Chloe is the managing editor at CanCulture Magazine and a third-year journalism student at Ryerson University. She aims to continue the growth of the publication and help to make CanCulture the best that it can be. When she's not performing all of Beyonce's Homecoming album alone in her room, you will usually find her trying to find ways to pursue a career in arts and culture journalism.
SOCIAL MEDIA DIRECTOR
Giulia Fiaoni is a third-year journalism student and the social media director for CanCulture Magazine. Raised in Southern California, she’s found joy in exploring Toronto with fresh eyes and a curious heart while studying at Ryerson University. Giulia’s natural fondness for human interest stories is illustrated by her work in photography and audio documentary journalism.
Ivonne Flores Kauffman
Ivonne is a fourth-year journalism student at Ryerson University and the film editor at CanCulture Magazine. An avid explorer, she has lived in four different countries and visited over 25. Her dream is to one day travel the whole world and build schools in Africa. In the meantime, she has a travel blog where she narrates her experience as a solo traveler. Her passion for adventure, social activism, meeting new people and writing inspired her to pursue a career in journalism.
Regina is CanCulture Magazine’s fashion editor and a fourth-year journalism student at Ryerson University. She’s been hooked on fashion since she was three-years-old. Regina describes fashion as a lens through which she perceives the world and the people in it. She firmly believes that, “You can have anything you want in life if you dress for it.” - Edith Head
Hailing from the Greater Toronto Area, Will is an outspoken third-year journalism student at Ryerson University looking to pursue a career in radio. His mission this year as the music editor at CanCulture Magazine is to give independent Canadian artists the exposure they deserve and help promote local events.
Severina is a third-year journalism student and the food editor for CanCulture Magazine. She loves to try out new restaurants and hopes to travel the world one day to experience different cuisines. An avid watcher of Food Network, she sometimes gets a little too invested in cooking competitions.
Mia is CanCulture Magazine’s arts editor and a third-year journalism student at Ryerson University. Mia tries her hardest to stay away from cliches, but cannot refrain from declaring that life, in fact, does imitate art. As an artist herself, Mia aims to showcase the highs and lows of the local art community and delve deeper into all of the unseen work that goes into producing something beautiful.
Brooke is CanCulture Magazine’s feature editor and a third year journalism student at Ryerson University. She is an avid reader with a love for all things creative, strange and literary. She strives to create stories that amplify a diverse and unique range of experiences, people and places. When she is not writing you can find her with either a book or dog leash in hand. (Preferably it would be a cat but it’s a long story)