TY SNADEN is a JUNO nominated documentary photographer and emerging filmmaker. His work has been published in the U.S., Canada, and Europe and he has worked with Rolling Stone, Universal Music Group, The National Broadcast Orchestra of Canada, Entertainment One, Toyota and Canon. Ty’s previous photo and mixed media documentary projects include When The Nights Are Cool, an immersive essay on the Venezuelan refugee crisis, a year long photo essay of the Canadian band July Talk, Why I Fight, a photo series exploring the breaking of gender barriers in mixed martial arts training, and Through Hell, a series of portraits and first person diary entries exploring the people and places affected by addiction. ENMANUEL: A Migrant’s Life is his first documentary feature. 
CLIENTS & PREVIOUS WORK Business Insider, Rolling Stone Magazine, Entertainment One, Last Gang Records, Monocle Magazine, Universal Music Group, Toyota Canada, GMC Canada, Canon USA, Boneshaker Magazine, The London Free Press, BC Business Magazine, Alliance for Arts & Culture, National Broadcast Orchestra​​​​​​​