Andrew is a Canadian freelance documentary photographer and videographer. Born in Mississauga, Ontario, he joined the Canadian Army Reserve Infantry at sixteen. After studying political science in university he travelled extensively throughout Southeast Asia, including Thailand where he documented the 2014 political crisis unfolding on the streets of Bangkok. After a near death experience in an accident on the Mekong in Laos he decided to pursue a career in visual storytelling, studying Photojournalism at Loyalist College. After graduating in 2016 he based himself in Brazil and began studying Portuguese and pursuing projects. His most recent work explores the dynamic between political polarization and social inequality with people fighting for their voices to be heard or to silence those of others.

He has contributed his work to the Toronto Star/Star Media Group, Sun Media/QMI Agency, and select galleries in Canada.

Rio de Janeiro, Brasil / Toronto, Canada

+55 (21) 97191-1704 / 1 (289) 400-5451 



The John Peterson Award, Loyalist College Faculty of Photojournalism - recognizes excellence and proficiency in the discipline of Picture editing.

Dean's List, School of Media at Loyalist College

NPAC Student Photographer of the Year Award - H.M.


NPAC Student Photographer of the Year Award - H.M.

The First Year Excellence in Photojournalism Award, Loyalist College Faculty of Photojournalism - recognizes overall excellence in all areas of Photojournalism.


Through Our Eyes: Stories and Photographs from Afghanistan - Belleville, Canada - 2016

Andrew Christian Johnson – Photogapher / Videographer

Andrew Christian Johnson Canadian documentary photographer videographer based in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and Toronto, Canada
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